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Georgetown to expel student after he sues university over its handling of college admissions probe

A Georgetown University undergraduate student whose dad has already pleaded guilty to paying $400,000 to the ringleader of a nationwide college admissions bribery scheme is now suing the school to try to stop disciplinary action from the university.
But shortly after the student, Adam Semprevivo, filed suit Wednesday, Georgetown informed him and another student of its intent to dismiss them from the university.
Semprevivo, the son of Los Angeles executive Stephen Semprevivo, sued Georgetown in Washington D.C. federal court, arguing the private Jesuit university deprived him of due process and violated procedures outlined in the university’s honor system during its investigation into his admission into the school