Coach Can't Ditch Club After College Bribe Charge: Feds
By Lauren Berg (March 14, 2019, 10:26 PM EDT) -- Federal prosecutors working on the college admissions bribery scheme asked a Massachusetts federal judge to block a former Georgetown University tennis coach indicted in the scandal from dissolving his membership to an exclusive country club, which the government plans to seize if he's convicted.
Gordon Ernst allegedly received $2.7 million in bribes while he was the head tennis coach at Georgetown to reserve spots for students who had never played tennis competitively, and prosecutors sought a restraining order Thursday to make sure he doesn't ditch the membership he shares with his wife to the Chevy Chase Club in Maryland.
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