For a student, cheating is probably the worst thing they can do at school. But what happens when the schools cheat their students? A big, fat lawsuit, that’s what.

Reuters is reporting a class action lawsuit has been filed against the Los Angeles Film School and Los Angeles Recording School claiming students were bribed into lying that jobs as sales clerks at both the Apple Store and Guitar Center were considered “creative positions” in order to keep the school’s academic accreditation. Read more after the jump. Read More »