Why wasn’t William H. Macy arrested in college admissions scam?

While Huffman is the one charged — accused of paying $15,000 to have someone fraudulently boost her elder daughter’s SAT score in part of a massive scheme that led to 46 additional arrests, including fellow actor Lori Loughlin and her designer husband Mossimo Giannulli — Macy, identified just as “spouse” in the criminal complaint, which is quite a read (Huffman’s part starts on page 72), wasn’t despite seemingly having a role in the fraud. That’s lead people to ask: Why?

It’s true — Macy is all over the complaint, from top to bottom. “As set forth below, HUFFMAN and her spouse made a purported charitable contribution of $15,000 to Key Worldwide Foundation (KWF) to participate in the college entrance exam cheating scheme on behalf of her oldest daughter,” it said.

The complaint also detailed a meeting the couple had with William Rick Singer, the alleged mastermind of the $25 million scam. “CW-1 met with HUFFMAN and her spouse in their Los Angeles home and explained, in substance, how the college entrance exam scheme worked,” it said. “He advised HUFFMAN and her spouse that he ‘controlled’ a testing center, and could arrange for a third party to purport to proctor their daughter’s SAT and secretly correct her answers afterwards. CW-1 has advised investigators that HUFFMAN and her spouse agreed to the plan.”

According to the complaint, Macy also discussed via telephone executing the same plan for their younger daughter. However, “Ultimately, HUFFMAN and her spouse decided not to pursue the SAT cheating scheme” a second time, the papers stated.


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