Felicity Huffman

Stories 21 - 29 | << Prev 

Loughlin, Huffman Named in $500B Lawsuit

That's with a B. As in billion

(Newser) - A California mom is suing Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman, and others allegedly involved in the college admissions scandal—for no less than $500 billion, the LA Times reports. Jennifer Kay Toy of Oakland alleges in her suit that conspirators kept her son, Joshua Toy, from getting into several universities: "...

One Celeb Isn't Sympathetic to Parents in College Scandal

Olivia Munn mocks the idea of 'I went to Harvard to be an Instagrammer'

(Newser) - Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are in serious hot water over the college-admissions scandal , but they're not getting any sympathy from a fellow actress. Though she didn't mention those two by name, Olivia Munn took to task the parents accused of resorting to illegal means to get their...

7 Jarring Quotes From College-Admissions Scandal

Including Felicity Huffman's light tone of 'ruh ro' about a glitch

(Newser) - The jarring college-admissions scandal is still reverberating, and some of the quotes cited in the affidavit continue to resonate as well. Here are 7 examples, gleaned from the Washington Post , the AP , Vox , Good Housekeeping , and others:
  • Felicity Huffman: “Ruh Ro!” the actress wrote in an email to
...

&#39;Rigged&#39;: Students Sue Over College Entry Scandal
College Entry Scandal Came
From an Unexpected Tip
the rundown

College Entry Scandal Came From an Unexpected Tip

Financial exec in securities fraud probe told investigators of bribe request, hoping for leniency

(Newser) - In the wake of this week's massive college-admissions scandal comes the first, though likely not the last, lawsuit. Two Stanford students are suing their own university, along with Yale, USC, and other schools caught up in the mess, reports Bloomberg . They say they were denied entry to their first-choice...

Huffman's Friend David Mamet: Apply the 'Texas Verdict'

Writes that he sees no difference between 'bribing the building committee' or someone else

(Newser) - David Mamet and Felicity Huffman go way back. The playwright/director had her as a student decades ago, but their 35-year history is outpaced by that of Mamet and Huffman's husband, William H. Macy. The men have been friends nearly 50 years, and "I'm crazy about them both,...

College Cheating Scandal Mastermind: I Created 'Side Door'

William Rick Singer pleads guilty on all charges

(Newser) - The mastermind of a college admissions cheating scandal that involved scores of wealthy parents admitted full responsibility in federal court Tuesday and pleaded guilty to charges that could send him to prison for up to 65 years. William Rick Singer, who pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy, money laundering, tax conspiracy,...

Heads Roll at Schools After Admissions Scam Unveiled

Stanford, USC fire some who were charged

(Newser) - The college admissions scheme in which actresses Lori Loughlin, Felicity Huffman, and dozens of others are accused has already caused heads to roll at at least two of the involved colleges, CNN reports. Stanford University fired head sailing coach John Vandemoer just before he pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy in...

Interview With Huffman&#39;s Husband Now Pretty Awkward
Interview With Huffman's
Husband Now Pretty Awkward
the rundown

Interview With Huffman's Husband Now Pretty Awkward

William H. Macy spoke of 'stressful' admissions process in January

(Newser) - It's the biggest college admissions bribery case the DOJ has ever prosecuted, and it has snared some pretty big names: Actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin were among those indicted for mail fraud Tuesday in an alleged bribery scam . The latest:
  • A name fit for Hollywood: The investigation is
...

Hollywood Celebs Accused in College Admissions Scam

Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman among those facing charges

(Newser) - A new scandal has emerged involving Hollywood celebs, but it's one you might not have expected. Actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin are among those accused of participating in college-admissions fraud on behalf of their children, reports NBC News . Essentially, wealthy parents used shady tactics including bribes, made-up sports...

Stories 21 - 29 | << Prev 
We use cookies. By Clicking "OK" or any content on this site, you agree to allow cookies to be placed. Read more in our privacy policy.