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Ex-Stanford student whose parents paid $6.5 million under scrutiny from prosecutors

LOS ANGELES - Federal prosecutors have sent a letter to a former Stanford student whose parents paid $6.5 million to the mastermind of the college admissions scheme informing her she is a possible target of their investigation, a person familiar with the investigation said.

Yusi Zhao and two other people whose parents allegedly used the services of Newport Beach college consultant William "Rick" Singer received the letters, said the source, who spoke to the Los Angeles Times on the condition of anonymity. Singer has pleaded guilty

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