A proposed nationwide class action filed in California state court seeks “no less than $500,000,000,000″ from defendants caught up in the college admissions scandal that has captured the nation’s attention.

Los Angeles lawyer Daniel King filed a complaint in San Francisco Superior Court Wednesday on behalf of former teacher Jennifer Kay Toy and her son Joshua against prominent individuals indicted earlier in the week, including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, and lesser-known prosecution targets, including Elisabeth Kimmel, the longtime president of San Diego-based Midwest Television. The lawsuit, however, does not name universities that have been embroiled in the episode as defendants.

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