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Jorge Salcedo, former male football coach at the University of California at Los Angeles, will plead guilty to accepting bribes as part of the college admissions cheat scheme

Jorge Salcedo, former male football coach at the University of California at Los Angeles, will plead guilty to accepting bribes as part of the college admissions cheat scheme

Former University of California, Los Angeles male football coach will plead guilty to paying $ 200,000 in bribes as part of the college admission cheat scheme, federal prosecutors announced on Tuesday. .

Jorge Salcedo, 47, of Los Angeles, will admit to accepting bribes in exchange for helping a male and female student enter school as bogus football recruits.

He will plead guilty to a racketeering conspiracy charge, according to court documents.

Salcedo was one of 50 people charged last year in the case that muddled the world of higher education.

Over 30 wealthy parents, coaches in elite schools and others have already pleaded guilty to taking or paying bribes to fake college entrance exams or recruiting students to teams for sports that they did not practice.

An email asking for comments was sent to Salcedo’s lawyer on Tuesday.

Salcedo, pictured, is one of 53 accused of participating in the program

Salcedo, pictured, is one of 53 accused of participating in the program

Salcedo received another $ 100,000 bribe from program center admissions consultant Rick Singer in the photo. Singer also charged in college admissions scam

Salcedo received another $ 100,000 bribe from program center admissions consultant Rick Singer in the photo. Singer also charged in college admissions scam

Salcedo has agreed to $ 100,000 to help Californian couple Bruce and Davina Isackson get their daughter into UCLA as a bogus football rookie, prosecutors said. The parents admitted spending over $ 600,000 to get Lauren and her sister into UCLA and USC with false sports credentials. They are pictured here with their children

Salcedo has accepted $ 100,000 to help Californian couple Bruce and Davina Isackson get their daughter into the UCLA as a bogus soccer recruit, prosecutors said. Parents admitted spending more than $ 600,000 to get Lauren and her sister into UCLA and USC with false sports credentials. They are pictured here with their children

Bruce Isackson is pictured leaving Boston court last April

Bruce Isackson is pictured leaving Boston court last April

Former UCLA football coach admits receiving bribes for helping male and female student enter school as bogus football recruits

Former UCLA football coach admits to receiving bribes in exchange for helping male and female student enter school as bogus football recruits

Salcedo has accepted $ 100,000 to help Californian couple Bruce and Davina Isackson get their daughter into the UCLA as a bogus soccer recruit, prosecutors said.

The Isacksons have also pleaded guilty and are cooperating with the authorities in hopes of obtaining a lighter sentence.

Salcedo took another $ 100,000 bribe from program center admissions consultant Rick Singer to “recruit” son of Xiaoning Sui of Surrey, British Columbia, to the men’s soccer team UCLA, even if he did not play the sport competitively, according to the authorities. Singer and Sui also pleaded guilty.

Salcedo took another $ 100,000 bribe from program center admissions consultant Rick Singer to

Salcedo took another $ 100,000 bribe from program center admissions consultant Rick Singer to “recruit” Xiaoning Sui’s son, pictured. She pleaded guilty to paying $ 400,000 to bring her son into the University of California, Los Angeles, as a bogus football rookie

Other parents charged in the case include Full House star Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli, who are accused of paying $ 500,000 to bring their two daughters to the University of Southern California as a crew member, even though none of the girls were rowers.

The couple say they are innocent and that their payments were legitimate gifts. They are expected to be tried alongside six other parents in October.

Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman has admitted paying $ 15,000 for someone to cheat on her daughter’s SAT exam. She was sentenced to two weeks in prison.

Other parents charged in the case include Full House star Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli, who are accused of paying $ 500,000 to bring their two daughters into USC as as crew recruits, even if none of the girls was a rower.

Other parents charged in the case include Full House star Lori Loughlin and her fashion designer husband Mossimo Giannulli, who are accused of paying $ 500,000 to bring their two daughters into USC as as crew recruits, even if none of the girls was a rower.

Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman admitted paying $ 15,000 for someone to cheat on her daughter's SAT exam. She was sentenced to two weeks in prison, photographed

Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman has admitted paying $ 15,000 for someone to cheat on her daughter’s SAT exam. She was sentenced to two weeks in prison, photographed

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