A Yale spokesman did not provide any further information about the student.
Little is known about the identity of the admitted Yale student. The student is identified in court documents only as "Yale Applicant 1
The complainant's parents paid Singer $ 1.2 million in the spring and 2018 summer, and Singer sent Meredith a check for $ 400,000 after the applicant was admitted to Yale. The parents are not named in the lawsuit.
In April 2018, Meredith asked the father of a second petitioner for bribery, but according to court documents, the meeting was an FBI. In the same month, he began working with the federal investigators and resigned in November 2018 as a coach.
"On the very rare occasion when Yale is accused of calling a current student with false information in an application, Yale gives the student the opportunity to deal with the claim," the website said.
"If Yale determines that the claim is true, the student's admission will be revoked based on the language used in the application, in which applicants must confirm that everything in the application is true and complete."
Yale spokesman Tom Conroy said last week, despite the scandal, there will be no delay in the admission decisions for the academic year 2019-2020.