Prosecutors say Loughlin, who starred on "Full House", Huffman, who starred on "Desperate Housewives", and 42 other people, including corporate executives and college coaches, paid between $10,000 and $75,000 to have people pretend to be their college-aged children and take SAT tests and other college admissions tests in their place. According to multiple reports, the actress landed at LAX on Tuesday during the court hearing. Singer allegedly collected a total of $25 million from parents to bribe administrators and coaches to get their children into top universities, including Yale, Georgetown and USC.
U.S. Attorney for District of Massachusetts Andrew Lelling announces indictments in a sweeping college admissions bribery scandal, during a news conference, Tuesday, March 12, 2019, in Boston. The colleges listed include Yale, Stanford, Georgetown and the University of Southern California.
Court documents allege Isabella's grades didn't cut USC's standards and Giannulli wanted her to get into a school "other than [Arizona State University]", so he enlisted the help of William Singer, who is accused of running the scam.
With Felicity and William H. Macy, they reportedly made a charitable donation of $15,000 to involve themselves in a college entrance exam cheating scheme on behalf of their first daughter, though it seems the actor was not indicted.
Man Escapes Whale's Mouth After Being Swept Inside While Snorkeling
A diver in South Africa escaped from a whale of a story that some have exclusively heard about within the Bible. It's hard to tell who was more surprised by the situation: the human or the whale.
It added: "Huffman later made arrangements to pursue the scheme a second time, for her younger daughter, before deciding not to do so". The scandal is that these parents paid substantial bribes to admissions officers and varsity coaches to get their children admitted to schools under the pretense these children were athletic recruits.
Loughlin, along with actress Felicity Huffman and about 50 other super wealthy parents, has been charged in a nationwide college entrance and recruitment scheme. Loughlin's two daughters were allegedly designated as recruits for USC's crew team - even though neither girl had ever participated in crew.
In some cases, Singer's associates created fake athletic "profiles" in an effort to improve the students chances of getting accepted by making them appear to be highly successful high school athletes.
ABC reports officials have emails from Loughlin as evidence.