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FORMER TECH CEO SENTENCED IN U.S COLLEGE ADMISSION SCANDAL

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By Xai Reyes

Peter Dameris was sentenced to one year of home confinement and ordered to pay a $95,000 fine.

A former tech executive was sentenced Monday to one year of home confinement for paying $300,000 to bribe his son’s way into Georgetown University as a tennis recruit, even though the son did not play tennis.

Peter Dameris, of Pacific Palisades, California appeared before a Boston federal court judge via video because of the coronavirus pandemic.

He pleaded guilty in June to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud.

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