BREAKING: Hot Pockets heiress is sentenced to five months in prison in the university admission scandal after prosecutors said she thought she was “untouchable”
- Michelle Janavs was convicted Tuesday in the federal court of Boston
Hot Pockets heiress Michelle Janavs has been sentenced to five months in prison for her involvement in the university admission scandal.
Janavs, whose family developed Hot Pockets before selling their company, was convicted Tuesday in Boston’s federal court.
The mother had previously admitted that she had paid $ 100,000 to the consultant at the center of the college admission schedule, Rick Singer, to have a proctor correct her daughters’ answers to the ACT exam.
She also agreed to pay $ 200,000 to label one of her daughters as a fake beach volleyball recruit at the University of Southern California, but she was arrested before the girl was formally admitted, prosecutors said.
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Hot Pockets heiress Michelle Janavs has been sentenced to five months in prison for her involvement in the university admission scandal