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Two high-profile actresses and a slew of top business executives, including a former head of Pimco and a founder of Hercules Capital, were among 50 people charged in a million cheating scheme to help wealthy students to gain admission to top colleges, law enforcement officials said Tuesday. The scheme involved cheating on SAT and ACT exams on behalf of students and bribing college administrators and athletic coaches to recruit students.

Suspects allegedly paid bribes to sports coaches and administrators to help get the students admitted to institutions like Yale, Stanford, the University of Southern California, and Georgetown, regardless of athletic or academic abilities. Among those charged are Douglas Hodge, a former CEO of Pimco; William Mc Glashan Jr., a senior executive at TPG Capital; Agustin Huneeus, head of the Huneeus vineyard in Napa Valley; and Gordon Caplan, co-chairman of international law firm Willkie Farr.

Charges include conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud.

Hodge, the ex-Pimco head, "agreed to use bribery to facilitate the admission of two of his children to USC as purported athletic recruits," according to the criminal complaint.

Henriquez stepped aside early Wednesday in the wake of the charges;— Robert Flaxman, founder and CEO of real estate development firm Crown Realty & Development, which says it has a portfolio value over nearly 0 million for properties primarily in California, Arizona, Virginia, Idaho and North Carolina;— Robert Zangrillo, CEO of Dragon Global, an investment company.

Dragon Global's website says its funds have managed investments of more than

Hodge, the ex-Pimco head, "agreed to use bribery to facilitate the admission of two of his children to USC as purported athletic recruits," according to the criminal complaint.

Henriquez stepped aside early Wednesday in the wake of the charges;— Robert Flaxman, founder and CEO of real estate development firm Crown Realty & Development, which says it has a portfolio value over nearly $600 million for properties primarily in California, Arizona, Virginia, Idaho and North Carolina;— Robert Zangrillo, CEO of Dragon Global, an investment company.

Dragon Global's website says its funds have managed investments of more than $1 billion in companies that now have over $500 billion market value, including Facebook, Twitter, Uber, and Ulta.

Douglas Hodge, 61, of Laguna Beach, Calif., former CEO of Pimco investment management company. Agustin Huneeus Jr., 53, of San Francisco, owner of a family wine vineyard in Napa Valley.

Bruce Isackson, 61, of Hillsborough, Calif., president of a real estate development firm. Michelle Janavs, 48, of Newport Coast, Calif., former executive of a large food manufacturer.

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Hodge, the ex-Pimco head, "agreed to use bribery to facilitate the admission of two of his children to USC as purported athletic recruits," according to the criminal complaint.Henriquez stepped aside early Wednesday in the wake of the charges;— Robert Flaxman, founder and CEO of real estate development firm Crown Realty & Development, which says it has a portfolio value over nearly $600 million for properties primarily in California, Arizona, Virginia, Idaho and North Carolina;— Robert Zangrillo, CEO of Dragon Global, an investment company.Dragon Global's website says its funds have managed investments of more than $1 billion in companies that now have over $500 billion market value, including Facebook, Twitter, Uber, and Ulta.Douglas Hodge, 61, of Laguna Beach, Calif., former CEO of Pimco investment management company. Agustin Huneeus Jr., 53, of San Francisco, owner of a family wine vineyard in Napa Valley.Bruce Isackson, 61, of Hillsborough, Calif., president of a real estate development firm. Michelle Janavs, 48, of Newport Coast, Calif., former executive of a large food manufacturer.

billion in companies that now have over 0 billion market value, including Facebook, Twitter, Uber, and Ulta.

Douglas Hodge, 61, of Laguna Beach, Calif., former CEO of Pimco investment management company. Agustin Huneeus Jr., 53, of San Francisco, owner of a family wine vineyard in Napa Valley.

Bruce Isackson, 61, of Hillsborough, Calif., president of a real estate development firm. Michelle Janavs, 48, of Newport Coast, Calif., former executive of a large food manufacturer.

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