March 15, 2019
Southern California head coach Ali Khosroshahin, right, is dunked after Southern California defeated Florida State, 2-0, in the NCAA Women's College Cup championship soccer match, Sunday, Dec. 9, 2007, in College Station, Texas. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum)

Charge: Conspiracy to commit racketeering.

Khosroshahin was USC women’s soccer coach before he was fired in 2013. Janke was his assistant coach of women’s soccer before she left USC in 2014.

Both were named in the indictment for allegedly fabricating athlete profiles for applicants. They allegedly received payments totaling nearly $350,000 sent to their private soccer club.

Singer allegedly directed Janke to draft a false profile for one client’s daughter and a basketball profile for another, for example.

“Let me know if you want me to add any other awards to her profile or if you think that is enough,” Janke wrote in an email to Singer when she sent a draft of a profile, according to the complaint.