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LA Businessman Gets 4 Months In Prison In College Admissions Scandal

Video Credit: CBS2 LA
Published on September 26, 2019 - Duration: 00:23s

LA Businessman Gets 4 Months In Prison In College Admissions Scandal

Stephen Semprevivo pleaded guilty to paying $400,000 to help get his son into Georgetown as a fake tennis recruit.

DeMarco Morgan reports.

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