David Foster Makes Fun at College Admission Scam: He'd "Be in jail" If Daughter Erin Wanted to Go to College

Updated On 18 Mar, 2019 Published On

Amid the arrests of dozens of people, including Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, for a nationwide college admissions scam, David Foster has poked fun at the scandal which is known as Operation Varsity Blues.

The Canadian musician, 69, made fun of the scam by texting message to his daughter Erin Foster.

The comedy writer, 36, took to Instagram on Saturday, March 16, and shared the funny note sent by her dad.

The music producer wrote her daughter, "Thank god you didn’t want to go to college. I’d Be in jail right now!!"

The actress, 36, sarcastically wrote in the caption, "Thanks for the confidence, Dad."

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Thanks for the confidence, Dad.

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The message the father-daughter duo comes amid the nationwide scandal surrounding more than 40 people, including Desperate Housewives star Huffman and Fuller House alum Loughlin.

Huffman, 56, Loughlin, 54, were indicted for paying $15,000 and $500,000, respectively, to help their daughters to get into prestigious universities.

Huffman was arrested at gunpoint by FBI agents on March 12. She was released at a $250,000 bond.

Loughlin, meanwhile, was taken into custody on March 13, one day after her husband was arrested for getting involved in the scam. She was released on a $1 million bail and the actress is now set to appear in court on March 29.

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