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more parents and three students are being swept up into the college admissions scandal the largest cheating probe of its kind that only seems to be growing The New York Times citing for defense lawyers reported that federal prosecutors are pursuing new targets and Evan forms some of the parents that they're under investigation and prosecutors reportedly said they've sent target letters to three students raising the prospect that they too could face criminal charges authorities first announced charges against fifty people in March over a brazen nationwide scheme that included cheating on college entrance exams and bribing officials multiple media reports said that one family from China paid six and a half million dollars to get their daughter into Stanford by far the most money spent on illicitly gaining admission to a school neither she nor her parents who live in Beijing have been charged with the Financial Times reported Wednesday that a Morgan Stanley adviser was fired over his involvement in connecting the Chinese family with Rick singer who has since admitted to running the elaborate conspiracy , news this week of the growing probe has also fueled speculation about which new high profile executive or celebrity might be charged next desperate housewives star Felicity Huffman who pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to commit fraud is scheduled to be sentenced this month prosecutors said they planned to seek up to ten months in jail