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Loughlin, Huffman Weren’t In Lifetime’s Movie About College Admissions Scam

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By Emily Reily

The Two Actresses Not Mentioned In TV Film

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The new Lifetime movie "The College Admissions Scandal," fails to mention actresses Felicity Huffman or Lori Loughlin, two women who were involved in the real-life college-admissions scam that was revealed a while back.

Movie Follows Two Fictional Moms

The movie, called "The College Admissions Scandal," follows the fictional lives of two women struggling with their decision to pay another to help them get their kids into the college of their choice.

But Rick Singer Is Included

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Salky says while real people with real kids were left out of the movie, William "Rick" Singer, the person allegedly in charge of the scam, was included.

“The film is not about any of the real families. We looked at all the families involved and we kind of said to ourselves, ‘What kind of people were part of this?' "

"There were people connected to Rick, people who want the kids to go to those kinds of schools, people who had a certain socioeconomic level,’ and we really actually tried to avoid any similarities to anyone specific with regards to the families. But Rick Singer is a real character in our film.”

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