Georgetown Dismisses 2 Students Tied To 'Varsity Blues'
Law360 (May 15, 2019, 3:42 PM EDT) -- Georgetown University said it dismissed two students Wednesday in connection with the nationwide college admissions cheating scandal, just hours after one of the students filed a lawsuit against the school.
Georgetown University, pictured, on Wednesday dismissed Adam Semprevivo and one other student in connection with the "Varsity Blues" college admissions scheme. (AP) Adam Semprevivo, whose father pled guilty last week to paying $400,000 to designate his son as a fake tennis recruit at Georgetown, filed the suit early Wednesday morning and was one of the students to be dismissed, his attorney confirmed. The attorney said Semprevivo's original offer of admission was also rescinded, meaning...
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