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Officials say the actresses were involved in the nation’s largest-ever college admissions bribery case prosecuted by the Justice Department. USA TODAY

might be the most well-known figures in a nationwide college admissions scam, but they’re not alone.

They’re joined by 31 other parents, including a few CEOs and other business executives who were charged in a $25 million college admissions cheating scheme, according to Tuesday. 

Athletic coaches and college exam administrators were also charged.

The indictment alleges that between 2011 and 2019,  “conspired with dozens of parents, athletic coaches, a university athletics administrator, and others, to secure the admission of students to colleges and universities including Yale University, Georgetown University, Stanford University,