Washington – Twelve wealthy Americans, including two television actors, were presented on Tuesday in a national scheme claimed to bring their children into colleges in the United States.
33 parents who paid hundreds of thousands of funding said for meaningful documents to get to schools such as Yale, Stanford and Georgetown, the Justice Department.
The scheme included artificial test scores, athletic false alarms and other entry documents.
Felicity Huffman from "Desperate Housewives" are the two actors accused, and Lori Loughlin of "Full House." Other wealthy Americans included a fashion designer and a chairman of a global law firm.
"The parents who now want to be able to give all their children the right benefits in the college's access game are instead choosing to pollute and treat the system badly. T legal aid to win it, "said US solicitor Andrew Lelling at a press conference. t
The parents were among the 50 people arrested in the given scheme, which also included bikers for coaches.
Lelling said William was planning to be "Rick" Singer, the campaign's lieutenant, being guilty of rape, several members of conspiracy and a bar in justice. The amount of money involved in the incident was estimated at 25 million dollars.
The singer was supposed to be linking money through a false charity where the parents paid money to ensure they had the necessary qualifications to get in, according to the surveyors.
The authorities said that the system would allow honest and talented students to learn from the best schools.