Olivia Munn commented on the scandal of corruption in the universities: "What these parents did was not for love"

  • Olivia Munn reacted to the controversy over college admissions, in which actors Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are among a number of wealthy individuals who have been accused of paying bribes to get places for their children in schools. colleges of elite.

  • Munn tweeted Thursday: "What these parents did was not for love, it was for fancy diplomas. Love would have made this money spent on tutors in order to make your children smarter, giving them a real education. "

  • The parents at the center of the scandal are accused of having paid William Singer, the owner of Edge College and Career Network, to help their kids integrate elite schools by helping them cheat on exams. entry or to recruit them as athletes.

Olivia Munn responded to the college admissions scandal, in which celebrities and other wealthy parents were accused of bribing children for places in the best colleges.
"What these parents did was not for love, it was for fancy diplomas," said the actress. tweeted Thursday. "Love would have made you spend that money on tutors to make your kids smarter, by giving them a real education."

What these parents did was not for love, it was for fancy diplomas. Love would have made this money go into tutors to make your children smarter, giving them a real education.
– Olivia Munn (@oliviamunn) March 14, 2019

Previously, How did Munn on the situation saying, "The irony is that these parents spent all this money to break into the best universities and are now in the middle of this year. It is enough to know, in a few years, that their children only dream of an influencer. "
The tweet of the star of "Predator" was referring to the daughter of Loughlin, an influential 19-year-old with millions of followers named Olivia Jade Giannulli. His parents, Loughlin and fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, have been charged with agreeing to pay $ 500,000 in bribes so that Olivia Jade and her older sister, Isabella Rose Giannulli, could enter the country. University of Southern California.
Specifically, a criminal complaint accused the "Full House" star and her husband of accepting bribes "in exchange for the designation of their two daughters as recruits in the crew of the USC, even though they did not participate in the crew, facilitating their admission to the USC. "

On Tuesday, court documents discovered by the FBI revealed that Loughlin and actress Felicity Huffman were among the 50 people accused of participating in the college admissions scandal. Several parents have been accused of paying Edge College and Career Network owner William Rick Singer $ 25 million in total from 2011 to 2019 to improve their children's chances of enrolling in school. elite universities.
Read more: Here is the complete list of people charged with the College Admissions Fraud scandal
According to the NBC affiliate in Boston, the schools listed in court documents include Stanford, Georgetown, Yale, the University of Southern California and the University of California at Los Angeles.
The authorities indicated that some parents had paid for their children's SAT and ACT exams to be taken or their answers corrected. The investigators also said the children had been published on archival photos to improve their chances of entering elite schools.
Munn is not the only star to react to the scandal of admissions to universities. Actress Sarah Silverman said she attended New York University for a year with "a very small scholarship ($ 1500 per semester) and my dad paid the rest".
Read more: What will become of the powerful millionaires caught in the scandal of admissions to universities?
"I was shocked by all the rich children whose parents" forced them "to go to university. Seriously, let someone who wants to learn to leave in the place of your child, she tweeted.
Dean Norris, the star of "Breaking Bad," also said that he was "disgusted" by the news.
"I went to Harvard for a lot of trouble working hard and persevering. None of my parents went to college, we had no money 2 or even paid for a SAT preparation course and even less bribes. Shameful. It's hard for working-class children 2 to succeed without privilege, taking away opportunities, " he tweeted.
Norris added, "When I think of all the children who were hard learners, were late, had a part-time job to pay for their college application fees, and then were denied well-deserved places in college colleges." elite because some rich people preferred to cheat for their studies. already privileged children – I'm disgusted. "

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