The docs allege they were among a group of parents who bribed up to $6 million to get their kids into elite colleges such as Harvard, Yale, Georgetown, and the University of Southern California.
Federal court records unsealed Tuesday in Boston name 50 people who have been indicted as part of the nationwide scheme, according to a release from the U.S. Attorney's Office in MA.
In Huffman's case, she and Macy allegedly made a "purported charitable contribution" of $15,000 to get one of their daughters into school. Huffman is perhaps best known for her role in ABC's Desperate Housewives and Loughlin ABC's Full House in the late 1980s and the more recent Fuller House.
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- Nine coaches are accused, including former Yale women's soccer coach Rudy Meredith; UCLA soccer coach Jorge Salcedo, Wake Forest volleyball coach Bill Ferguson and Stanford sailing coach John Vandemoer.
Federal authorities have charged college coaches and others in a sweeping admissions bribery case in federal court.
Loughlin and Huffman (as well as Macy) have yet to issue a statement or comment upon the charges. The administrator would either correct the student's test answers or even hire a proctor to take it for them.
William "Rick" Singer, the Newport Beach man who was the founder of the college consulting nonprofit The Key Worldwide Foundation, pleaded guilty Tuesday afternoon to conspiracy to commit racketeering, money laundering conspiracy, conspiracy to defraud the United States and obstruction of justice.
According to the indictment, a USC employee Homayoun H. Zadeh was also involved, but was not a member of the athletic department's staff. Zadeh allegedly "conspired to bribe Heinel to designate his daughter as a lacrosse recruit-despite the fact that she did not play lacrosse competitively-thereby facilitating her admission to USC".
Court papers say a cooperating witness met with Huffman and her husband at their Los Angeles home and explained the scam to them. Then, Singer paid Mark Riddell, another defendant, to bribe the two exam administrators, prosecutors said.