Two more convicted in 'Operation Varsity Blues'

(Source: Pxhere/MGN Online)
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WASHINGTON (KKTV) - An additional two prison terms have been determined in the college admissions scandal.

After pleading guilty earlier this year, Gregory and Marcia Abbott have both been sentenced both to serve one month behind bars. They were convicted of paying $125,000 to correct their daughter's SAT and ACT tests to gain entry to Duke University.

In addition to jail time, they are both ordered to complete community service, pay a fine, and have a year and a half of supervised release.