Hot Pockets Heiress Gets 5 Months in Admissions Scandal

February 26, 2020

Michelle Janavs, heiress to the Hot Pockets fortune, was sentenced Tuesday to five months in prison for paying $300,000 to fix her daughters’ ACT exams and agreeing to have one of her daughters get into the University of Southern California as a fake beach volleyball player, the Los Angeles Times reported. In addition, she must pay $250,000 and perform 200 hours of community service.

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