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Dean Norris slams ‘rich fuck wads’ who ‘cheated for their already privileged kids’
“When I think of all the kids who studied hard, stayed up late, had part-time jobs to pay for their college application fees, and then were denied rightly deserved places in elite colleges because some rich f—wads cheated for their already privileged kids— I’m disgusted,” Norris tweeted Tuesday.
Felicity Huffman, Lori Loughlin among 50 charged in college admissions scam for unworthy kids, prosecutors say
Hollywood actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin have been charged in a nationwide college-entrance cheating scam, according to federal court records unsealed on Tuesday.
Huffman, Loughlin, and 48 other individuals — including a slew of wealthy executives and attorneys — engaged in “large-scale, elaborate fraud” to create a “rigged system” at elite American universities like Yale, Stanford, USC, and UCLA, according to prosecutors. In some cases, they allegedly used imposters to stand in for the children at exams or bribed athletic recruiters to recruit their children, even if they didn’t end up playing that sport in college.
Federal prosecutors cited one example where parents paid a $400,000 bribe to Yale’s women’s soccer coach so that their daughter could attend the school. She didn't play soccer.
The investigation is ongoing, and more parents and coaches are believed to be involved.
This pop star has been accused by over 50 men of blackmail after they hooked up
Over 50 men have filed criminal complaints against pop singer Bulut Duman for allegedly using their sexual orientation to blackmail them over the last several years.
The complaints have been filed in several provinces in Turkey by government workers, engineers, doctors, and even the nephew of a former Minister.
'Big Brother' Producers Step in After Contestant Is Accused of Inappropriate Behavior
Sources close to production have revealed to THR that all parties involved have been spoken to and JC Mounduix will remain in the house.
Big Brother producers have responded to contestant JC Mounduix being accused of inappropriate behavior.
On Wednesday night, during the show's 24-7 live feeds, Mounduix was involved in two separate instances of sexual harassment and misconduct.
While contestant Haleigh Broucher was using the restroom, Mounduix opened the door and would not close it after Broucher insist that he do so. When Mounduix refused to listen and tied the door open, Broucher yelled out loud for production to step in and stop him.
Celebrity Big Brother: 11,000 complaints over 'punching' episode
Facebook put conversion therapy ads in young gay users’ feeds
Facebook has been accused of microtargeting gay conversion therapy ads and videos promoting “sexual purity” to young queer users in the UK.
An investigation by the Telegraph found multiple ads selling the idea that gay people could be turned straight. When users clicked the “Why am I seeing this ad?” button, they were told it was because they were interested in “gender issues.”
Records reveal dozens of city school staffers guilty of academic misconduct
These Big Apple educators are rotten to the core — teaching their students to cheat their way to success.
Records obtained by The Post after a two-year legal fight reveal that dozens of public school teachers, principals and other staffers were found guilty of helping students scam their way to advancement in city Department of Education tests during the school years from 2013 to 2015.
The cases of wrongdoing substantiated by the DOE’s Office of Special Investigations — to be spelled out by The Post this week ...
The Kid From 'The Boy Who Came Back From Heaven' Is Now An Adult — And He's Suing The Publisher Of The Controversial Book
After being paralyzed in a 2004 car crash at the age of six, Alex Malarkey made headlines in 2010, when Christian publisher Tyndale House released an "autobiography," The Boy Who Came Back from Heaven, attributing the story to Malarkey and his father, Kevin. According to the book, during the two months Malarkey spent comatose after the crash, he died and went to Heaven, where he met Jesus and heard the voice of God. He retracted the story in 2015, saying that it was a fabrication he created for attention, and Tyndale withdrew the bestselling book from publication. Now, the Boy Who Came Back from Heaven author is suing his publisher, saying that he was never consulted as to the authenticity of the story, and that he and his mother, Beth, have received no money from sales of the book.
Married Christian School Teacher Arrested for Alleged Sexual Battery of Teenage Student
Researcher finds a dramatic decline of Christianity in Europe
‘A few lesbians’ in leadership means Black Lives Matter will fail says perennial loser
Hong Kong Anglican Church knew of priest’s alleged sexual misconduct in 2007
Church of The Donald