- Two Stanford students, Erica Olsen and Kalea Woods, filed a $5 million class action suit on Wednesday
- Parent Jennifer Kay Toy filed a separate $500 billion lawsuit saying her son was not admitted to some colleges because wealthy parents cheated and bribed
- The Stanford students said they never would have wasted their money applying for Yale or USC if they had known the schools were ‘rigged by fraud’
- Both students claim their degrees have been devalued by the scandal because potential employers may question whether they were admitted on merit
By Emily Crane | 14 March 2019
DAILY MAIL — Multiple lawsuits have been filed for more than $500 billion against elite universities and those implicated in the college admissions scandal that helped wealthy Americans cheat their children’s way into school.
Two Stanford students filed a $5 million class action suit on Wednesday claiming they were denied opportunities to get admitted to Yale and USC and have now had their degrees devalued in the wake of the recent charges.
Meanwhile, a San Francisco parent has filed a separate $500 billion lawsuit claiming her son was not admitted to some colleges because wealthy parents charged in the scandal thought it was ‘OK to lie, cheat, steal and bribe their children’s way into a good college’. […]