The Moneyist: This father paid $400,000 to get his child into Georgetown, but his son said he didn’t know — should he have been expelled?

Dear Moneyist,

A Georgetown University undergraduate student whose dad has already pleaded guilty to participating in a nationwide college admissions bribery scheme is now suing the school to try to stop disciplinary action from the university.

I believe he should be expelled and the credit he earned should be withheld. Several family members feel otherwise. They say he did the work, so he earned the credits. I feel his admittance was fraudulent so he should forfeit the credits.

He denies any involvement in his father’s actions, but I question that. I haven’t seen one of these kids admit they knew anything about what their parents were doing.

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