Transcript for USC cracks down on students linked to cheating scandal
Now to new fallout from the college admissions scandal. Usc is cracking down on current and former students who may be involved in the alleged scheme. Our chief national correspondent Matt Gutman has more from los Angeles. Good morning, Matt. Reporter: Hey, good morning, robin. Until now usc said it would only take action against those in the application process. Now they're targeting students enrolled in the college. It's right after spring break at the campus and this means that any student involved in that massive alleged bribery scheme by Rick singer might not be able to re-enroll in classes in the spring semester and means they would not have access to their transcripts which could affect their transfer to other schools and means it could affect their job applications in the future. Now, the most prominent faces this this category are Olivia jade, the daughter and her sister of Lori Loughlin, who is, of course, the star of the "Full house" series, now none of these kids face any legal consequences, all of them could face possible expulsion. And, Matt, we're hearing another parent has turned herself in. Reporter: That's right, 11 days early. That was in Boston in a court there. She and her husband accused of spending $600,000 allegedly in bribes to try to get their kids into usc and UCLA. Now, she was released on a million dollar bond. Did not make a plea but faces up to 20 years in prison if convicted. Robin. All right. Matt, thank you. This is far from over.
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