'Outraged' Mother Sues Lori Loughlin And Felicity Huffman For $500 Billion Over The College Scam Scandal

Date March 18, 2019

The net is literally full of the nation-wide college admissions cheating scam scandal, including Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin in the list of parents being accused of bribery. 

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The Desperate Housewives actress was set at $250,000 bond, whereas the Fuller House star — at $1M. Moreover, they both deleted their social media accounts, and their daughters are being slammed in the web. 

But that's not over 

Obviously, Loughlin and Huffman took someone's place in the universities when they paid an enormous amount of money so that their children would get a chance to study in elite places

'Outraged' Mother Sues Lori Loughlin And Felicity Huffman For $500 Billion Over The College Scam ScandalGetty Images / Ideal Image

Shortly the news was lashed out, former Oakland school teacher Jennifer Kay Toy sued Lori and Felicity for...$500 billion! Her son was putting efforts to get into one of the colleges where the bribery took place and didn't get in. 

Joshua and I believed that he’d had a fair chance just like all other applicants but did not make the cut for some undisclosed reason.

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The woman is off the handle due to all this gruesome situation and is now preparing to fight for justice against A-list actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.

Opinions of people

To worldwide surprise, people weren't really supportive to Jennifer Kay Toy. Not that they were for the accused Hollywood celebs, but they just thought a $500 billion lawsuit was 'too much'.

What do you think about this situation? What would you do if you knew your child hadn't gotten in because of bribery and fraud?

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