Listen: Parents make court appearances in college admissions scandal
"Radio. It's been a week of court hearings with a revolving door of defendants named in the college admissions cheating scandal called operation varsity blues today, thirteen parents appeared in a Boston courtroom for prearranged agreements with federal process. Cuter one by one parents indicted in the college, admissions fraud and bribery case entered pleas inside a Boston federal courtroom defendants included, Michelle, John, Avs. Her father's family company created the hot sandwich. Hot pockets Margie Clapper co-founder of eminent blink jewelry and Gregory Abbott founder of international dispensing corporation and his wife in all thirteen of the thirty three indicted accused of paying money to get their children into prominent universities by participating in an entrance exam cheating scheme or college recruitment scheme. It's the same case that also snag celebrities, Felicity Huffman, and"