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Felicity Huffman Reportedly Wants To Work With Inmates: 'She Felt Guilty Leaving Them Behind'

Felicity Huffman is a changed woman.

It's been reported that the actress wants to work with inmates since she "felt guilty leaving them behind" after completing her 14-day prison sentence.

Felicity Huffman has a big takeaway from her time in prison:

She reportedly wants to work with inmates since she "felt guilty leaving them behind."

In case you missed it, the actress recently served her 14-day prison sentence for her involvement in the college admissions scandal.

The scandal, which first broke this past summer, saw the FBI charge 33 parents who had allegedly bribed to get their children into top-tier colleges, such as Yale and Stanford.

In addition to Huffman, another celeb parent involved in the scandal was Lori Loughlin, best known for playing Aunt Becky on "Full House."

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Lori and her husband, fashion designer, Mossimo Giannulli are accused of paying William Rick Singer $500,000 to fake athletic rowing credentials to get their daughter into the University of Southern California.

As for Huffman, she plead guilty to paying $15,000 to have her daughter Sophia's SAT scores inflated.

It was a move that the actress showed remorse for at her sentence hearing.

“I was frightened. I was stupid, and I was so wrong," she said tearfully.

In addition to her prison sentence, Huffman paid $30,000 and has to complete one year of probation.

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She was also sentenced to 250 hours of community service.

The "Desperate Housewives" actress served her prison sentence back in October at the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California.

According to Forbes, it's described as one of the "cushiest" prisons out there.

"Hollywood Madam" Heidi Fleiss once served time there.

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In addition to having access to a library, gym, and TV room, representatives for Huffman said that she would share an open room and toilet with three other inmates.

She would also be subject to five bed checks per day.

There was no special treatment since it was reported that she would have to follow all of the same rules and regulations as the other inmates.

When serving her prison sentence, Huffman was even let out early.

The U.S. Bureau of Prisons said that, under prison policy, inmates scheduled for weekend release are let out on a Friday.

Now that Huffman has served prison time, she has a new outlook on life.

This includes how she reportedly wants to work with inmates since she felt guilty leaving them behind.

A source close to the star reportedly told "Entertainment Tonight" that "conditions at the prison were very difficult."

She also saw that there were "no real programs or initiatives to help the incarcerated women who were there."

The source continued:

"Felicity felt like the women in that facility were being discarded and left behind; they were forgotten," they said.

"She loved the women there and bonded with them. When she left she felt guilty leaving them behind."

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While she's already completing some of her community service with The Teen Project in Los Angeles, she wants her next community service work to help inmates.

"She would like for her next community service work to be helping women who were recently incarcerated and need help re-entering society," the source said.

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She even wants the work to go beyond the 250 hours she has to serve.

"This work will be a long term commitment for her well beyond her community service hours."

If this is the case, then it sounds like the statement Huffman made before going into prison was true:

"I can promise you that in the months and years to come that I will try and live a more honest life, serve as a better role model for my daughters and family and continue to contribute my time and energies wherever I am needed. My hope now is that my family, my friends and my community will forgive me for my actions."