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Martha Stewart took a stab at Felicity Huffman, for her, prison-style, after the actress was spotted in a green suit, as that is the time for her role in the college admissions procedure.
Stewart was speaking at the Vanity Fair summit, on Tuesday, when she was asked by the host if she had any advice for the “Desperate Housewives” star, who is currently serving a 14-day jail sentence after he was caught up in the high-profile scam ring to it.
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“She must have hair style of your outfit just that little bit more. They looked pretty schlumpy,” the lifestyle mogul says that when asked for advice. Schlumpy is Yiddish for “a sloppy or dowdy person, per Merriam Webster.
Huffman was spotted earlier this week on the grounds of the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, Calif., on the family day visit, with her hair bundled up under a white baseball cap as she walked in between the buildings. Huffman’s family, husband, William H. Macy, and his daughter, Sophia, was there to greet her.
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After the snarky remark elicited a laugh from the audience, Stewart struck a more serious tone.
“They have made a serious mistake, and they can see what’s happening,” she said.
The 78-year-old woman is more qualified than most to discuss the jail, when she served five months in federal prison for insider trading in 2004. For more than a decade later, they have seemingly bounced back and has been handing out advice for Applications.
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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. In addition to the 14-day period, the jail, the actress was given a year of probation, and was ordered to perform 250 hours of community service and pay a $30,000 fine.