Golfer Phil Mickelson mentioned on Twitter Thursday that he’s amongst “hundreds” who used the school consulting firm accused of orchestrating an enormous faculty admissions bribery scheme.

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Mickelson mentioned his household was shocked by the latest revelations concerning the advisor, William Singer.

Mickelson’s daughter attends Brown College in Windfall, R.I.

The college didn’t reply to a request for remark.

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Mickelson emphasised that his household was not concerned in any fraud.

The golfer has not been charged with a criminal offense or implicated within the bribery scandal.

Federal prosecutors mentioned Singer led a scheme wherein rich dad and mom bribed sports activities coaches and different officers to get their youngsters entry to elite universities.

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Greater than 50 individuals have been charged — outstanding amongst them have been TV actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin.

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The universities have forged themselves as victims and have moved to distance themselves from the coaches, firing or suspending them.

The Related Press contributed to this report.

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