Linda Parisi and the client, Robert b. Adams, have denied the accusations against him. Adams also has found himself in a defensive stance regarding apparent deviations from a memoir presented as part of a bankruptcy case in 1999.
The resume said he had two degrees, masters and bachelor's both the credentials of education of the State.
Officials at the University of California, Northridge last week confirmed that Adams received a bachelor's degree in child development and psychology, 1975, but no record was found of him winning a teaching credential, as there's résumé claimed.
Similarly, the Commission on teacher Credentialing for California, said he had no entry educator credentials issued to Adams, even if the credentials are not required for private schools.
PARISI said Adams ' degree in child development by teaching credentials under Member Ryan Act, a program equivalence credential.
"The degree of b.a. fulfilled requirements for certification of teaching Ryan K-3," PARISI said the Associated Press on Tuesday.
The Commission on teacher Credentialing did not immediately return a phone call seeking verification.
Empty biography first reported from the Sacramento Bee.
He received a Masters in education from Pacific Oaks College in Pasadena teachers in conjunction with the University of California, Los Angeles and the University of Beverly Hills, which is no longer in operation.
PARISI said the University of Beverly Hills has a background as a teacher assesses Adams and issued the diploma graduate equivalency, so he could enter the Ph.d. program.