Lilia Buckingham reflects on the infamous college admissions scandal after Netflix released its documentary on the situation.
The 17-year-old social media personality hit up on Twitter on Tuesday March 23rd to weigh up the criticism she believes is unfairly directed against her. In October 2019 Lilia’s mother became Jane Buckinghamwas sentenced to three weeks in prison for her role in the scandal.
“Sometimes I get sad because I’ll never do something I haven’t even done,” Lilia tweeted, adding a slanty face emoticon.
A few minutes later she wrote, “The children who did not attend were mentally scarred and still had to deal with the trauma and pain that followed.” This time it contained an emoticon with a sad face.
The tweets have since been deleted.
Jane, the founder of marketing firm Trendera, admitted paying $ 50,000 to a fund run by the company William “Rick” singerwho bribed a test leader in 2018 to take the ACT test for Jane’s son.