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Guidance counselors raised red flags in college admissions scandal, prosecutors say

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When a high school guidance counselor questioned the sports credentials, one of Singer's alleged accomplices at USC stepped in. Prosecutors say she then lied to the admissions office in an email, saying Sloane's son was an "attack perimeter player" who competed in summer leagues in Italy, Greece, Serbia and Portugal.



Prosecutors say a guidance counselor also raised red flags about the applications for Lori Loughlin and Mossimo Giannuli's daughters, who were admitted to USC as crew recruits. But Giannuli allegedly met with the counselor and shut down the concerns.

"What this shows is that people who feel that they have rank and privilege and money think that they can do anything, and that's what makes people so upset about this case," said CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman.


Loughlin and Giannuli plan to plead not guilty.


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