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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