Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman appeared before Boston’s Federal Court on Wednesday, to face charges in a college-admission scheme involving 33 people.

The two prominent Hollywood figures are accused with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and partaking in a college-admissions scam that involves 33 defendants.

According to prosecutors, the parents bribed ACT and SAT (standardized tests used for college admissions in the US) administrators as well as college coaches from Yale, Stanford, University of Southern California, Georgetown, UCLA and the University of Texas.

Boston authorities have dubbed the 'Operation Varsity Blue' case as the biggest college-admissions scheme ever prosecuted.

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