Celebrities lose work, students sue U.S. colleges in admissions scandal
Thursday, 14 March 2019 By Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Hollywood actress Lori Loughlin was dropped by a TV network and her daughter lost a sponsorship deal on Thursday, while students sued prestigious universities in growing fallout from a massive college bribery scandal. Crown Media Family Networks, the company that owns the Hallmark cable channel, cut ties with Loughlin, its "Garage Sale Mysteries" star, after she was charged in the scandal, it said on Thursday
(Reuters) - The U.S. college admissions scandal that erupted this week has spawned lawsuits accusing rich, well-connected parents and prestigious schools of conspiring to admit those parents’ children at the expense of the less affluent. A person walks by the Trojan Shrine at University of Southern...
On Monday, Actress Lori Loughlin said she will plead not guilty to charges to her part in the college admissions scandal. Reuters reports they are among 50 people accused of participating in the scheme..
According to CNN.com, "YouTube star Olivia Jade Giannulli is "devastated" by the allegations her parents are facing in the college admissions scandal." Her friend spoke for her to the press, "Olivia is..