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Michael Douglas is the college admissions scandal: ‘It’s just a shame’

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Acting veteran Michael Douglas has been sharing his thoughts on the college admissions scandal that rocked the nation earlier this year.

At a screening of the second season of Netflix’s comedy “The Kominsky Method’, Douglas fir, 75, spoke with Us Weekly about the scandal.

“It’s just a shame,” said Douglas, whose three decades of the movie’s star turns in “Wall Street’s “Fatal Attraction,” “Romancing the Stone.” “Shame, that such well-to-do families are suffering, and that there was no support of a peer group of companies.”

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“Kind of, just awesome. Just crazy,” said Douglas, who himself is the son of acting icon Kirk Douglas. “I think it’s as much about self-esteem for the parents and for the children.”

Douglas also discussed his son, Dylan, who, in Brown’s University, in spite of learning disabilities.

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“Dylan had a severe dyslexic difficulties,” Douglas said. “He had to go to a special school early on. He has worked very hard on it, and the fact that he was working himself up, getting into an Ivy League school, and I’m just so proud of him.”

More than four dozen people have been charged in national scam, which would have placed students at top-tier schools such as Yale, Georgetown, Stanford, and the University of Southern California, UCLA, the University of Texas at dallas. A federal investigation into the case dubbed “Operation Varsity Blues”, has been working for more than a year ago.

Among parents exposed to: the Academy Award-nominated Felicity Huffman, who pleaded guilty in May or June, subject to the payment of up to $15,000 to encourage her elder daughter SAT scores in year in 2017; and the “Full House” star Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, who pleaded not guilty at the end of April.

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Douglas, who won an Oscar for “Wall Street”, it will be seen that, in the second season of “The Kominsky Method” on Netflix on Dec. 25.

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