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The Media mocked the light of sense into the college scam.
Abby Lee Miller has a different perspective on what is Felicity Huffman can expect from the 14-day prison sentence for her involvement in the college admissions scandal.
On Friday, the “Desperate Housewives” star, was sentenced to 14 days in federal prison, plus up to 250 hours of community service and a $30,000 fine for its role in the so-called “Operation Varsity Blues.” She has been ordered to turn himself in on Oct. 25.
Huffman, 56, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud in May. They are well-known in the payment of an admissions consultant (up to $15,000 to have an event just for her older daughter and the answers to the SAT. She said that she was going to do the same for her daughter, but decided against it.
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Miller, 52, who completed the eight-month stint in federal prison for bankruptcy fraud in March 2018, he told Us Weekly of the Applications of the future, and behind the bars, “oh, Well, the first day is going to be in the most stressful one. Then, after that, they are in a large room with a double bed, and a ton of them. That’s what they are, for the first time, you get used to the prison life.”
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Abby Lee Miller offered some prison advice for Felicity Huffman.
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“It’s not going to be to get a job, because they don’t last long enough. It is not going to teach you how to be a plumber to install it and how to LIGHT it, and how to do all the things that you need to do is to go to the men’s prisons, and to do that,” and the “Dance Moms” star added.
“That’s why they have summer camps. This is the reason why women are in prison, so that we can start to make lunches and get them all in a fight. It’s ridiculous,” she scoffed. “This is the most ridiculous crap you’ve ever seen in your life.”
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For her vision, for Applications in the life post prison, but Miller has a nice rose-colored view.
“They have to make a huge film out of it,” she said, as she cracked open. “They’re making millions and millions of dollars, and I’m the one paying for it with their health for the rest of her life in private.”
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In April, Miller said: “of the Applications, then a potential prison stint, “My advice would be to take a deep breath, and if you are in need of a consultant, I’m your girl.” She added, “with due respect to everyone else, keep a low profile, be friendly to people. To tell you the story, but you have to listen.”