HOUSTON – A Houston tennis coach is expected to plead guilty in connection with the college admissions scandal, according to documents filed by federal prosecutors Monday.
According to court records, Martin Fox, president of a private tennis academy in Houston, has agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy to commit racketeering. In return, federal prosecutors will recommend a sentence of at least 21 months in prison and a $ 250,000 fine.
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Fox, 62, was arrested in March as part of a nationwide federal investigation into bribery in the admissions process to some elite universities. He is accused of giving and accepting bribes to get students into these schools.
According to the documents, Fox signed the plea on Saturday.
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