The Bribe Tribe: Corrupt coaches and profit proctors who 'made millions off parents in college admission scandal Operation Varsity Blues' all plead NOT GUILTY as they appear in federal court | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


The Bribe Tribe: Corrupt coaches and profit proctors who 'made millions off parents in college admission scandal Operation Varsity Blues' all plead NOT GUILTY as they appear in federal court

A dozen athletic coaches, test administrators and others have pleaded not guilty to participating in the massive college admissions scandal.

The 12 defendants arrested in the Operation Varsity Blues investigation were arraigned in Boston's federal court on Monday.

They include longtime tennis coach Gordon Ernst, who's accused of getting $2.7million in bribes to designate 12 applicants as recruits to Georgetown, as well as former UCLA men's soccer coach Jorge Salcedo, Wake Forest University women's volleyball coach William Ferguson and former USC water polo coach Jovan Vavic.

A total of seven former college coaches appeared in court on Monday, as well as two proctors who are accused of turning a profit by taking college entrance exams for high school students.

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