A woman sued Felicity Huffman, Laurie Loflin and others who took part in a $ 500 billion treasury bill, arguing that they prevented her son from joining colleges. her son Joshua did not hit many schools that were involved in a wide range of scandals about colleges in which actresses took part.
"Joshua turned to some colleges where there was a deception, and did not get involved," Toyashka said in
"Joshua and I thought that he had a fair chance, like all the other applicants, but did not make a cut from some an unknown reason. "
"I" is indignant and painful because I feel that my son, my only child, was denied access to college, not because he did not work and studied rather hard, but because rich people believed that It's normal to lie, cheat, steal and bribe your children's way to a good college. [1
The toy is not the first
Two students at Stanford University filed a lawsuit against eight elite universities claiming that they were not given equal opportunity reception and that their grades are less valuable due to the scandal.