Canadian businessman David Sidoo is facing charges in U.S. Government Court for purportedly paying somebody to take school selection tests for his two children.
The charges are a piece of what investigators are calling nationwide conspiracy’ involving 50 people including Hollywood stars Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin
Advantage Lithium CEO David Sidoo, a commended donor to the University of British Columbia and a former Canadian Football League player for the B.C. Lions and Saskatchewan Roughriders is accused of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud in Massachusetts.
Sidoo’s legal advisor, Richard Schonfeld, said in an explanation that his client has been perceived for his generous undertakings, which are “the genuine demonstration of his character.”
The charge that has been lodged against David is a claim that conveys with it the assumption that he is blameless. We look forward to representing our case in court, and ask that people don’t rush to judgment in the meanwhile.”
None of the claims has been demonstrated in court.
The U.S. Equity Department says Sidoo, 59, was captured in San Jose, Calif., on Friday, and he showed up in a California court on Monday. No date has been set for his underlying appearance in government court in Boston.
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