When administering the test, the company bribed test administrators and hired a third party "to serve as a purported proctor for the exams while providing students with the correct answers, or to review and correct the students' answers after they completed the exams".
The objective of the alleged scam was to help student athletes get into college as recruited athletes, regardless of their athletic ability, according to the indictment.
Singer was paid roughly $25 million by parents to help their children get in to schools, the United States attorney said.
William "Rick" Singer, of Newport Beach, California, pleaded guilty in Boston federal court Tuesday to charges including racketeering conspiracy and obstruction of justice.
Loughlin wrote at least one email discussing their younger daughter and her admission.
The racketeering conspiracy case includes the parents of applicants, as well coaches at universities including Yale, Stanford, Georgetown and the University of Southern California. Loughlin is famous as Aunt Becky on the beloved '90s sitcom Full House, and she's made numerous appearances on its Netflix revival series, Fuller House.
Riddell was indicted for conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
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The investigation began when authorities received a tip about the scheme from someone they were interviewing in a separate case, Lelling said.
Other parents include the founder and chairman of a packaging company for the food and beverage industry who lives in Aspen, Colorado, and NY.
On a phone call dated January 3rd, 2018, the cooperating witness told Abdelaziz if anyone asked why she wasn't playing he was instructed to say she had suffered an injury and agreed to go along with that story.
Messages seeking comment with representatives for Huffman and Loughlin were not immediately returned.
In other instances, authorities allege, school officials accepted bribes to say that incoming students, who would not be admitted otherwise, had been recruited to join athletic teams when, in fact, those students were not athletes.
A California man on Tuesday pleaded guilty to running a $25 million scheme to fraudulently help wealthy parents secure seats for their children at elite universities, in what prosecutors called the largest case of college admissions fraud in USA history.
The Department of Justice brought charges against 50 defendants in total, including parents of university students.