Family paid $6.5M To Get Daughter Into Stanford

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Published on May 2, 2019 - Duration: 00:33s

Family paid $6.5M To Get Daughter Into Stanford

CNN reports The family of a Chinese student who was admitted to Stanford University paid $6.5 million to the central figure in the US college admissions scandal, a source with knowledge of the investigation says.

It has not been determined whether the student's parents were seeking an advantage to get their daughter into Stanford with the payment to Rick Singer, the source said.

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Family paid $6.5M To Get Daughter Into Stanford

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