Transcript for Georgetown faces lawsuit from student implicated in 'Varsity Blues' scandal
Now to new fallout from the college admissions scandal. Georgetown university expelling two students and now one of them is suing the school trying to keep the spot and his credits. ABC's whit Johnson is here with Good morning. That student is act fighting back. Adam semprevivo I would-be senior at the school claims he was expelled after his father, Steve semprevivo, an L.A. Business executive pleaded guilty earlier this month to paying400,000 to falsify his son's application. Now, that payment allegedly going to mastermind Rick singer who in turn paid Georgetown tennis coach Gordon Ernst Adam semprevivo. The ex-pulse and the school's refusal to let him transfer his credits to another college deprives him of his due process and the son had no knowledge of his father's payment. Adam semprevivo appeared to be in direct contact with singer and Ernst even sending the former tennis cope an email drafted by singer saying in part I'm looking forward to having a chance to play for you. What is Georgetown university saying about his expulsion? That's the thing. Georgetown is responding saying basically knowingly misrepresenting or falsifying credentials as part of an application can be cause for dismissal but it's important to point out that semprevivo and the other students involved in this scandal have not been charged yet. Have they explained the email at all. That's the thing about all of these cases, how much did the kids actually know? This was an email drafted by singer, semprevivo was told to send it through. Did he actually look at it? Did he read it? The university is basically saying it doesn't matter. Wow. All right, whit, thank you.
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