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Mom’s involvement in college admissions scandal kept Gillibrand fundraiser

Trendera CEO Jane Buckingham, allegedly $50,000 paid to take for a supervisor, the ACT exam for your son.
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Here is a political endorsement of Dems do not want. Alleged college fraudsters Jane Buckingham of marketing, managing Director of the accused to receive $50,000 for her son, in the University of southern California, was a co-host of the sen. Kirsten Gillibrand fund-raiser days before the charges hit.

Buckingham is listed as a co-host for a high-end Beverly Hills, Calif., To Finance the event in the home of the Los-Angeles-FC-owners Larry Berg and his wife, Allison, last Saturday Gillibrand exploratory 2020 presidential run.

MARKETING EXEC’S SON ALLEGEDLY CAUGHT IN THE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS SCANDAL, SAYS HE DID NOT KNOW ABOUT THE FRAUD

Co-hosts also included, Will Ferrell, and “scandal” creator Shonda Rhimes and their agent Chris Silbermann, plus a Harvard MBA, and author Samantha Ettus. It is the donor $2,800 to a co-host of the event costs.

In the meantime, Buckingham is outraged son Jack came clean to the Hollywood Reporter, by the magazine: “I know there are millions of children, both from the rich and give to the less fortunate, the grinding of her ass, only to have a shot at the college of your dreams. I’m upset that I was involved unknowingly in a large System that helps give children who can’t work as hard as others, which is an advantage over those who really deserve these spots.”

Buckingham, allegedly, the same mesh is researching for her daughter Lilia.

This story originally appeared in the New York Post.

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