College scam couple’s blunt-smoking son: ‘Incarceration rates are too high’

The blunt-smoking son of a Manhattan couple sentenced to jail Tuesday in the college admissions scandal told The Post his parents don’t deserve to be locked up — because “incarceration rates are too high.” Speaking from his family’s Fifth Avenue pad, rapper Malcolm Abbott — who was pictured puffing on weed as he defended his parents after their arrest — said his folks Greg and Marcia Abbott’s one-month sentence is “not so bad.”

In addition to the hard time, the married millionaires — who also own a home in Aspen — were hit with 250 hours of community service and a $45,000 fine each for paying $125,000 to boost their daughter’s ACT and SAT scores.

When asked if he wished his parents helped him into college he replied “Yo, honestly I’m such a bad test-taker, so I don’t know, I won’t comment,” he said bashfully, while wrapping a blunt.

He is a rapper and is dealing with the situation by writing songs about the ordeal, and of course, smoking weed.

Source: NY Post

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