Huffman’s elder daughter, currently studying at the Los Angeles High School of the Arts (LAHSA), had a university place secured for her through a $15,000 “donation” to Singer’s charitable foundation, the court documents allege.
Huffman’s representatives did not respond to The Telegraph’s request for comment.
None of the students are listed in the indictment.
The parents could face possible jail time if convicted, he said, although he said it was too early to specify how long.
“For every student admitted through fraud, an honest, genuinely-talented child was rejected,” said Mr Lalling.
“There can be no separate admissions programme for the wealthy, and there will be no separate criminal justice system, either.”
Adam Citron, senior counsel at Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP, and the former assistant district attorney in Westchester County, New York, told The Telegraph he was “dumbfounded” by the “brazen” scam.