The author of a book on parenting has been sentenced to three weeks in prison.
That's because she paid $50,000 so someone could take her son's college entrance exam for her.
According to Newser, Jane Buckingham is a California marketing executive.
She also wrote 'The Modern Girl's Guide to Motherhood.'
Buckingham was sentenced in Boston's federal court Wednesday after pleading guilty to a single count of fraud and conspiracy.
She's the 11th parent to be sentenced in a college admissions bribery scheme involving dozens of wealthy parents.
Other high-profile parents charged in the scam include Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin.
Numerous college administration officials and others have also been charged.