Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman may have to pony up a pretty penny for their alleged misdeeds.
Or make that quite a few pretty pennies, according to a new lawsuit.
As you have no doubt read about by now, Loughlin and Huffman are the two best known names in a college admissions bribery scandal that has produced an endless array of articles, takes, memes and schadenfreude
The actress are both accused of using illegal means to get their children enrolled in college.
In Huffman’s case, this supposedly translates to paying $15,000 to have her teenager’s SAT score doctored.
In Loughlin’s case, this supposedly translates to paying $500,000 to have her two daughters pose for photos on rowing machines… so that they could submit applications to the University of Southern California as prospective crew members — despite not playing that sport in high school.
The school then lowered its admissions standards for the girls because they were allegedly athletic recruits and… PRESTO! They were accepted as students.
One of Loughlin’s daughters, a giant spoiled brat named Olivia Jade, partly used this scheme as a way to become a huge social media star.
Loughlin and Huffman were just a pair of the dozens of very rich people who used their wealth and lack of a moral compass to finagle their kids’ way into universities around the country.
The FBI estimates that over $25 million total was spent by these families to game the educational system.
As a result, of course, Olivia Jade and all these other teens (many of whom were unaware of their parents’ despicable actions) took the place of hard-working high school students who did not cheat, lie and bribe… and therefore were NOT accepted to these same schools.
And now at least one of these rejected kids, whose spot was taken by the offspring of someone arrested in …read more
Source:: The Hollywood Gossip