More suspects in the largest college admission scam are being revealed as the heiress to Hot Pockets is involved!
Michelle Janavs, heiress to the Hot Pockets fortune is now being named as another suspect in the largest college admission fraud.
Janavs, a former executive at Chef America is accused of paying $100,000 to “fix” her daughter’s college admissions exam in order to get her into USC.
Like Loughlin who used a sporting team to get her kids into the prestigious California school, Janavs is accused of getting her daughter into the school as a volleyball recruit.
It’s being reported that she even paid thousands to alter her youngest daughters ACT scores however, it was unclear what school she was going to used the fixed scored for.
In an affidavit, it states that Janavs oldest daughter was aware of the scam, but her youngest was not.
“Operation Varsity Blues” is said to have a number of high-profile figures involved. Ad the case progresses were sure that all of the suspects will be named and the majority of them will shock you!