Transcript for More parents to plead guilty in 'Varsity Blues' case
All right, Steve, thank you. The multimillion dollar college admissions scandal. Three more wealthy parents expected to plead guilty in the case and linsey Davis has more. Reporter: Three wealthy parents, Jane Buckingham, real estate developer Robert flaxman and jewelry business owner Marjorie clapper are all expected to plead guilty today in federal court in a plot that's already ensnared Hollywood actresses felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin. Now Buckingham will likely plead guilty to mail fraud. When your friends tell you to lie on your resume, you 100% do not do it. Reporter: Court documents say Buckingham who coached kids on how to find jobs after college allegedly paid thousands of dollars to have a proctor take her son's exam. Her son jack appall sized telling "The Hollywood reporter" I'm upset that I was unknowingly involved in a large scheme that help give kids who may not work as hard as others an advantage over those who truly deserve those spots. Buckingham allegedly gave thousands of dollars to the scam's mastermind, Rick singer who helped ensure their children were admitted to the top universities. According to New York police, Gregory Adams was assaulted by his son at their posh New York City apartment earlier this week after the father was allegedly pushed, kicked and bitten. His son now charged with a felony assault? Wow. The story is getting Right. Now potentially more charges coming. There are nine students they have subpoenaed records at Chapman university. Thank you. Far from over. Far from over.
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