Felicity Huffman Has Been Sentenced To 14 Days In Prison In College Bribery Case

Desperate Housewives star, Felicity Huffman, appeared in court on Friday after pleading guilty in the college admissions bribery scandal.

Earlier this year, Felicity Huffman admitted to paying $15,000 to boost her daughter's SAT scores.

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A total of 51 people have been charged in what has been named the biggest college admissions case ever.

She was first of 34 parents to be sentenced.

Her husband, actor William H. Macy, was not charged.


Additionally, her daughter did not know about her mother's actions.

On September 13th, Felicity was sentenced to 14 days in prison, TMZ reports.


On top of two weeks in prison, she will also pay a $30k fine.

Additionally, she will have one year of supervised release and 250 hours of community service, TMZ reports.

Felicity apologized while appearing in front of the judge on Friday.

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"I am deeply sorry to the students, parents, colleges and universities impacted by my actions," she said.

"I have inflicted more damage than I could've ever imagined," she went on.

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"I was frightened, I was stupid and I was so wrong. I am deeply ashamed of what I have done," she said.

The Federal court Judge Indira Talwani said she thinks the punishment is "the right sentence here."


“I think you take your sentence and you move forward. You can rebuild your life after this. You’ve paid your dues," the judge said.

She will report to prison on Oct. 25th to serve her sentence.


"Full House" star Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, is among those charged in scandal, though she is contesting the charges.

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The couple has been accused of paying to get their two daughters into the University of Southern California as fake athletes.

Former Stanford University sailing coach John Vandemoer admitted to helping students get into Stanford as recruited athletes.

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In exchange, he asked for $270,000 for his sailing program.

He has been sentenced and received one day in prison.

Over the course of the next two months, close to a dozen other parents will be sentenced.

Fifteen parents have pleaded guilty — 19 are fighting the charges.