LIST: These Bay Area residents have been charged in alleged college admissions scam
Menlo Park resident Marjorie Klapper reportedly marveled her son, who "scored" a 30 on his ACT, won't be taking the test again. When she learned of the "audit," she said she would say her money went to a "foundation for underprivileged kids."
Klapper is co-owner of the M&M Bling jewelry business. According to local news blog InMenlo she launched the company in 2010 with a friend she met at a Stanford mother's group.
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She's been charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and Honest Services Mail fraud.
Menlo Park jewelry business owner Marjorie Klapper marvels her son who “scored” a 30 on ACT won’t be taking it again. When she learns of “audit” agrees with CW-1 she’ll say her money went to “foundation for underprivileged kids.” Klapper’s vm is full. I texted. pic.twitter.com/pLukoElfuF— Melanie Woodrow (@MelanieWoodrow) March 12, 2019
Klapper appeared Tuesday in San Francisco, has a $250,000 unsecured bond and will appear again March 29 in Boston.
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