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Actor arrested for bribery to the elite schools

A law firm in the state of Massachusetts has released the names of 50 persons who have paid for the faked test results, or false certificate of their children were members of various school teams to practice the sport at a high level. Felicity Huffman from "Desperate housewives" and Lori Loughlin from "full House" will both be prosecuted, writes TMZ.

Huffman should have paid 15.000 dollars for one of her children would get good results on an entrance exam. while Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, shall have been paid 500,000 dollars to get their two daughters recorded in the school's roddlag.

the FBI shall have received evidence in the form of e-mails from Loughlin and recorded phone calls from Huffman, which ties both to the scandal, reports ABC News. Felicity Huffman's husband, actor William H Macy, has not been mentioned in the investigation.

The widespread cheating began in 2011 and include universities as Yale, Stanford and the University of Southern California. Even high-ranking executives in Hollywood accused of having paid to get their children on the "right" school. Some have paid as much as six million dollars, announced the FBI and the justice department during a press conference in Boston.

The person identified as the brain behind the fraud is to William Singer, who should have created a fake charity in order to wash the money that the parents "donated".

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