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I'm here to take today to take responsibility for my actions the first person to be sentenced in the largest college admissions scandal in U. S. history has been given a slap on the wrist that's what one prosecutor called punishment doled out to former Stanford University sailing coach John Vander more vendor more avoided jail time instead getting six months of home confinement and a ten thousand dollar fine he's among fifty people including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin charged in March with participating in a vast bribery scheme to get kids of some thirty three wealthy parents into elite colleges the scam masterminded by California college admissions coach William Rick singer prosecutors had requested Vanda more who pled guilty to racketeering conspiracy received a thirteen month jail term but a federal judge in Boston noted that unlike other coaches charged vendor more did not personally pocket any bribes instead directing all of the money to Stanford sailing program last month a tearful Hoffman played guilty to a conspiracy charge related to her payment of fifteen thousand dollars to have someone secretly correct her daughter's answers on the SAT exam prosecutors have recommended she received a four month prison term she has not yet been sentenced Laughlin and fashion designer husband Mossimo Genouilly charged with paying five hundred thousand dollars to have their two daughters name his recruits to USC's crew team even though they didn't row have pled not guilty