David Foster joked with his daughter in a text message that he would be "in jail" if she ever wanted to attend college.
His daughter Erin Foster posted the interaction on Instagram.
The Music Legend has it that, "Thank God, you did not want to go to college – I'm in jail now!" He wrote. Erin wrote on Instagram: "Thank you for your trust, Dad."
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The recording scandal, however, is no laughing matter.
As previously mentioned week by federal authorities, the biggest such fraud is ever prosecuted by the Ministry of Justice. Fifty people were charged in a system in which affluent parents paid about $ 25 million in bribes to college coaches and other insiders to bring their children to elite schools.
The man in the center of the bribe scandal, college counselor William scolded "Rick" Singer, is accused of paying millions of dollars in bribes to pay corrupt sports coaches and standardized test administrators to help out children's clients "I do not think anybody is shocked that it makes it easier for children of the rich to get into the best schools," said Nick Smith, philosophy professor at the University of New Hampshire. "The deck is stacked in his favor, even if they can not shop directly."