WOBURN, Mass.—Adam B. Wheeler, who pleaded guilty last year to faking his way into Harvard and cheating the University out of over $45,000, was sentenced to one year in prison, on Friday after he landed back in court last month for violating his probation.
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The sentencing of Adam Wheeler, the former student who pleaded guilty last year to faking his way into Harvard, has been postponed pending examination by mental health officials.
Adam B. Wheeler, a former Harvard student who pleaded guilty in December to faking his way into Harvard through falsified transcripts, standardized test scores, and letters of recommendation was put back in jail Wednesday.
Harvard recently lost an arbitration regarding employees’ payment and benefits with the Harvard University Police Association, the union which represents the police.