"We will make informed, appropriate decisions once those reviews have been completed".
Granted, there are many differences between the two scandals.
The daughters of "Full House" actress Lori Loughlin became targets of scorn on social media on Tuesday after their mother was charged in an alleged scheme to help privileged Americans get their children into elite universities by fraudulent means. Prosecutors in the USA attorney's office in Boston say his company, Edge College & Career Network, amassed $25 million through the fraud. (Neither daughter participated in the sport, according to court documents.) The couple was among more than 40 individuals, including actress Felicity Huffman, who are also being accused of bribery.
Still hanging in the balance is the fate of the privileged scholars, at least some of whom may not have known about their parents' alleged acts.
Announcing the indictments Tuesday - the result of an investigation dubbed Operation Varsity Blues - Andrew Lelling, U.S. attorney for the District of MA, said the parents charged represent "a catalog of wealth and privilege".
On Wednesday, Loughlin stood with her lawyer in a Los Angeles courtroom. It's a serious matter, but it's still undeniably amusing that the woman who played "Aunt Becky" on one of the most popular sitcoms of the '90s is implicated. Olivia's mother has not been arrested yet, but she's been charged.
Magistrate Judge Steve Kim said Loughlin must limit her travel to the continental US and areas around Vancouver, Canada, for work. Loughlin has projects slated through November in our neighbor to the North, after which the judge has ordered her to surrender her passport on December 19.
Loughlin was later released on $1 million bond, the same amount on which Giannulli was released Tuesday. His next court appearance also is set for March 29 in Boston.
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Giannulli founded Mossimo in California in 1986.
Riddell didn't return several phone calls seeking comment. If that wasn't enough, the paid proctor agreed to secretly correct her answers afterward, which led to a score that was 400 points over her PSAT.
Loughlin was charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud, as was her husband, Mossimo Giannulli.
Lori Loughlin was released on $1 million bail on March 14, after appearing in court on Wednesday, March 13. However, as reported by USA Today, court papers state that her father sent an "action photo" of her on a rowing machine to supplement claims that she was a crew coxswain.
YouTuber Olivia Jade has unexpectedly ended up at the centre of a massive FBI fraud investigation regarding college admissions. Prosecutors in the USA attorney's office in Boston say his company, Edge College & Career Network, made $25 million since embarking on the fraud in 2011, offering what he promised was a "guarantee" of admission.
Both women, according to reports, had to surrender their passports. "There can be no separate college admission system for the wealthy, and I'll add that there will not be a separate criminal justice system either". Center was accused of taking up to almost $100,000 to get a student into school by listing him as a tennis recruit and offering him a scholarship for books.
There were dual avenues for carrying out the scheme, Lelling explained. Along with parents, thirteen athletic coaches and some test administrators have also been implicated. The parents would send payments to a charity that Singer created to help underprivileged youth, and the money would in turn be funneled to pay off the coaches.
The mastermind of the scheme, William "Rick" Singer, on Tuesday pleaded guilty to racketeering charges.