College admissions scandal: Former USC women’s soccer coach is sentenced
Ali Khosroshahin was sentenced to a year of supervised release, the first six months of which are to be served in home confinement with location monitoring, followed by 100 hours of community service, according the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts.
He was also ordered to forfeit nearly $209,000, according to the sentencing memorandum.
The US Attorney’s Office cited Khosroshahin’s early and complete acceptance of responsibility, genuine remorse, and truthful provision of substantial assistance in the government’s investigation as factors in the sentencing, the memorandum said.
CNN has reached out to Khosroshahin’s attorney for comment.
Janke also agreed to cooperate with the government’s investigation and to testify in the college admissions scam.