Olivia Munn joins a group of celebrities reacting to the corruption scandal at universities, where other actresses, Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman, were charged earlier this week.
Munn visited Twitter on Thursday to share her thoughts on the scandal, and she was not kind enough to tell parents who are accused of paying bribes to allow their children to enter. elite colleges.
"What these parents did was not for love, but for fancy diplomas," she wrote Thursday. "Love would have put that money into tutors to make your kids smarter, giving them a real education."
She described the situation as ironic in a previous tweet.
"The irony will be that these parents have spent all this money to rush into the best universities and are now in the middle of this show (expletive) just to find out in a few years that their kids only dream of d & # 39; to be influencers, "she said. tweeted on Tuesday.
Boston's federal attorneys accused fifty people of having participated in a massive $ 25 million program in which wealthy parents allegedly bribed college coaches and insiders in exam centers for help their children attend some of the most prestigious schools in the country.
Loughlin, 54, and Mossimo Giannulli, 55, are charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud. According to the US Attorney's Office in Boston, the couple allegedly agreed in July 2016 to pay bribes in the total amount of $ 500,000 in exchange for sending their two daughters to the company. 39, University of Southern California as a crew athlete.
Huffman made a "donation" of $ 15,000 to a fake charity and in exchange, his daughter was able to pass her admission examination at rest in a "supervised" examination center where a supervisor "would correct his answers secretly thereafter, "according to prosecutors.
Contributor: Maria Puente
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