Student sues university after being expelled

Son of Agoura Hills business exec says he’s innocent in cheating scandal


Stephen Semprevivo

Not everybody accused in the college cheating scandal is accepting their fate without a fight. A student admitted to pricey Georgetown University thanks to a bribe paid by his dad has filed a lawsuit in federal court against the school.

The complaint was filed by Adam Semprevivo, son of Stephen Semprevivo, an Agoura Hills business executive who admitted to paying $ 400,000 to get his son into to the prestigious Washington, D.C. school as a recruit for the tennis team—eve...

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