Two California college students are suing in connection to the massive college admission bribery scandal. The Stanford University students filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California and are seeking more than five million dollars in damages.
The students claim they were denied an opportunity to gain legitimate admission to several schools and the degrees they are working towards may be devalued.
Meanwhile, a California woman is launching a 500-billion-dollar lawsuit (yes, BILLION) in connection to the nationwide school bribery scandal. Jennifer Kay Toy has filed a class action complaint against actresses Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman, and 40 other defendants. The former Oakland teacher claims her son and other children did not get a "fair chance" in gaining admission to colleges and universities caught up in the cheating scandal.
Source: CBS News
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