‘More Parents’ Could Be Affected By College Cheating Scandal!

The “College Cheating Scandal” is far from over…

As we reported earlier this month, 50 people, including actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, were arrested and charged for their alleged involvement in fraudulent schemes — including tampering with test scores and fabricating college application details — to get their children into prestigious schools such as Georgetown UniversityStanford UniversityUCLA, the University of San DiegoUSCUniversity of TexasWake Forest, and Yale.

Related: Student Who ‘Unknowingly’ Benefitted From College Scheme Apologizes

According to the Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday, prosecutors have sent subpoenas to schools with names of students whose parents have not been charged, which possibly means more individuals will be indicted.

Because of this, Los Angeles students, parents, and counselors are — very much — still feeling the heat of the scandal.

According to one private school parent, who was not named:

“There’s a sense that there could be more parents caught up… that the list of people indicted is not the complete list.”

A Westside mother of three added:

“Everyone’s view is that this is going to keep going.”

According to Beverly Hills-based consultant Danny Ruderman, who bills himself as “America’s premier college counselor”:

“We’re in the cycle right now… I’m getting messages as we speak about kids getting into colleges.”

In fact, a mother of a Brentwood School senior admitted to investigating the Facebook of William “Rick” Singer — the alleged leader of the scheme who plead guilty to four felony counts of conspiracy to commit money laundering, conspiracy to defraud the United States, and obstruction of justice — to see if other parents may have been involved.

“People are f**king pissed off at these cheaters… This paints all of us in a really bad light. My kid scored over a 1500 on the SAT. No extra time. No payoff. Just hard work, and [the kid] is beyond stressed out about college because of these other kids who are cheating. It’s kids like mine who lose.”

Huffman and her husband, William H. Macy (who was not charged), were accused of making a $15,000 donation to get involved in a college entrance exam cheating scheme on behalf of their now-18-year-old daughter, Sofia.

The couple’s youngest daughter, Georgia (16), is currently a high school junior who is at the start of the application process. Reportedly, she has been consulting regularly with a college counselor, but with an attorney present. There are also reports she has been bullied, presumably because of the scandal.

Per charging documents, Felicity and William allegedly discussed using the scheme for Georgia, but ultimately decided against it.

Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were indicted for allegedly paying bribes totaling $500,000 to have both of their children — Olivia Jade (19) Isabella Rose (20) — recruited for the USC crew team, despite not playing the sport.

Lori Loughlin is losing so many jobs!
Lori Loughlin is reportedly not returning to ‘Fuller House.’ / (c) FayesVision/WENN

Earlier this month, a People source said the sisters “don’t plan to return to USC.”

Reportedly, Olivia has not been seen at the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, which she pledged in January. An insider revealed:

“I don’t think she’s still considered a member… I don’t think she’ll come back, I don’t foresee that happening.”

Kappa Kappa Whomp.

[Image via Sheri Determan/IZZY/WENN.]

Mar 29, 2019 10:07am PDT