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Former UCLA Soccer Coach Pleads Guilty In College Admissions Scandal [Video]

Former UCLA Soccer Coach Pleads Guilty In College Admissions Scandal

He pleaded to taking $200,000 in bribes for getting two students into the school.

Credit: WBZ CBS Boston     Duration: 00:33Published
Newport Beach Mom Gets 5 Weeks In Jail For Her Part In College Admissions Scandal [Video]

Newport Beach Mom Gets 5 Weeks In Jail For Her Part In College Admissions Scandal

Karen Littlefair pleaded guilty to paying for someone to take her son's online courses at Georgetown. Amy Johnson reports.

Credit: KCAL 9 CBS LA     Duration: 00:34Published

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