Two mother and father and a former coach will keep away from jail time within the Varsity Blues admissions scandal as a result of they cooperated with prosecutors, the Los Angeles Times reported.
A California couple who admitted to paying $600,000 to get their daughters into the College of Southern California and the College of California, Los Angeles, had been sentenced to 1 yr of probation and ordered to finish 250 service hours. Bruce Isackson should pay a $7,500 tremendous, and Davina Isackson should pay a $1,000 tremendous.
Prosecutors didn’t ask for jail time, saying their “acceptance of duty for his or her conduct was unstinting, their regret honest.”
Laura Janke, a former assistant soccer coach on the College of Southern California, was sentenced to time served and 50 hours of group service. Prosecutors credited her “in depth and invaluable” cooperation within the investigation regardless of her “egregious” conduct. She created faux athletic profiles for a number of the mother and father within the scandal.