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The Media mocked the light of sense into the college scam.
The photos will appear online on Saturday showed the former “Desperate Housewives” actress Felicity Huffman is wearing a dark green jumpsuit as she received her sentence in a California prison.
Huffman was spotted with her hair bundled up under a white baseball cap as she walked in between the buildings and on the grounds of the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, Calif., on family day, the New York Post reported.
LORI LOUGHLIN REACHED, FELICITY HUFFMAN BEFORE THE SENTENCE BEGAN WITH A REPORT
The Post and TMZ posted the photos of the Huffman’s family-his wife, William H. Macy and daughter Sophia — the arrival in prison of Los Angeles to visit her.
Huffman, 56, surrendered to authorities Tuesday to begin what was supposed to be a 14-day jail sentence after pleading guilty in May in connection with the college in the admission price.
However, a spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, told Entertainment Tonight that the Applications will be used only for 13 days, because they will receive credit for time spent in pre-trial detention after she was arrested at the end of March.
Huffman pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud. 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 belongs to her time in custody on Sunday.
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The star received a number of sympathy for Alec Baldwin, who wrote on Twitter on Wednesday that he does not believe parents are caught up in the admissions scandal, it should receive a prison sentence.
“I don’t think that everyone who is involved with the college’s fraud cases have to go to jail,” Baldwin wrote. “In the past cases. Community service, fines, penalties, yes. However, the jail time, no. My heart goes out to Her, Bill Macy, and their families.”