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Fallout Continues From College Admissions Scandal: Today on Inside Edition

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"LOL, royalties?"

That's what mom says her champion pole vaulter son said when he learned his image had been fraudulently used as part of a college admissions scam. Why she says she feels sad for the children involved. 

Should a woman whose ex-husband won $273 million in the lottery still have to pay alimony? Inside Edition spoke exclusively to Eileen Murray about her ex Mike Weirsky's recent win — and why she's happy for him. 

"Empire" actor Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty to the charges he faces in the alleged hate crime hoax. Hear what his attorney had to say.

And Staten Island mob hit has reignited fears of a gangland war. Read the latest

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