The worlds of entertainment, business, sports and academia have been shaken by a recent discovery that wealthy parents, such as Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, allegedly paid a large envelope admission fee to college Riccio Singer to take their children to elite colleges. New events in the scandal, which the FBI called Operation Varzity Blues, continue to appear.
Here are some of the most important things that happened after the scandal.
Lori Laughlin emerged from the movie "Fuller House" and Hallmark
Lori Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli allegedly paid $ 500,000 to the USC to make their two daughters misrepresented as recruits. Laughlin will not return as Becky's aunt at Netflix's "Fuller House", a role he has reprized from the original Full House series. Hallmark also interrupted the relationship with an actress who regularly appears in the series of "When is the Heart" channel. and "Mysteries of Garage Sales". "When is the heart," the largest emitter of this network, will retire its last episode from its March 17th.
Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were called in a class action suit
Actresses Lori Laughlin and Felicity Huffman are among the 45 names in the assembly lawsuit. The second lawsuit, filed on behalf of two Stanford students, claims that their degree is devalued because of the school's connection to the scandal. Look for more lawsuits that will pile up on those who feel bad.
Olivia Jade lost brand bids
Lori Laughlin's daughter and influential person in social media Olivia Jade lost sponsors in the middle of the scandal and would lose more. Jade, who has millions of followers in social media, will no longer work with Sephor, Lulus, Amazon, Dolce & Gabbana, Beauty Beauty Marc Jacobs, Cosmetics Smashbox Beauty, Smile Direct Club, Too Faced Cosmetics, Boohoo and Unilever TRESemmé.
Olivia Jade will not return to USC
Olive Jade is reportedly not going back to the USC. It is unclear what her sister Isabella Rose intends to do, although it seems that returning to the USC, if the couple was unethical, would not look well.
Bill McGlashan fired TPG
Although not a host, TPG's founding partner of private capital gigant TPG Growth and co-founder of STX Entertainment Bill McGlashan was another parent found in the program. TPG, the parent company of CAA, released it only two days after the scandal.
Olivia Jade destroyed her spring
Loughlin's daughter, Olivia Jade, enjoyed a spring vacation on a yacht in the Bahamas, according to TMZ, owner of Grove, Ricco Carus, who is accidentally in the USC steering committee. She allegedly broke off her vacation at sea when the scandal broke out.
David Mamet expresses sympathy with friends Felicity Huffman and William H. Macy
Drama writer and screenwriter David Mamet told the celebrity couple.I know Felicity Huffman for these 35 years, she was my student, my colleague, she worked in many of my movies and she made roles on stage in my three shows. I'm afraid of them. That parenting brutality for the future of her children may have overcome her better judgment for a moment is not only unhappy, but, I know, her parents would agree, a universal phenomenon. "
Lori Laughlin and Felicity Huffman Post Bail
Laughlin and Giannulli announced $ 1 million, while Huffman announced $ 250,000. Everyone surrendered their passports, though Laughlin was allowed to travel to Vancouver to ban him not to have rejected the Hallmark.
USC rejects at least six entries
USC Interim Chairman Wanda Austin said the University would conduct an independent scandal investigation and banned at least six incumbent applicants.
Rick Singer pleaded guilty
Rick Singer, the chief organizer of fraud, pleaded guilty to multiple charges of crime.
Jane Buckingham is charged
Jane Buckingham, founder and president of the marketing consulting house for young Trenders, was charged with giving a $ 50,000 bribe to arrange a proctor to take ACT on behalf of her son, The New York Times reported. Buckingham has ironically wrote about parental counseling in her bestseller series "Guide to Modern Girls".
People are known on Twitter
Famous personalities like Lena Dunham and Samantha Bee have published their scandal stories. James Van Der Beek mentioned the scene from "Varsity Blues," where his character tells his father: "I do not want your life."