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The First Photos Of Felicity Huffman In Her Prison Jumpsuit Have Been Released

Felicity Huffman, an actress best known for her work on Desperate Housewives and Transamerica, was recently sentenced to a 14-day prison sentence for her involvement in the college admissions scandal.

Huffman pled guilty to accusations of bribery.

Huffman pled guilty to using a $15k bribe in order to improve her daughter's SAT score. She eventually was sentenced to a fairly lenient 14-day sentence.

The sentencing shocked some.

The judge felt she had shown near immediate acceptance of responsibility for her actions and that the crime had low impact on others outside the situation.

Many people felt it was too light of a sentence regardless.

"It makes more sense to make Felicity Huffman pay for an underprivileged person to go to college," wrote one Twitter user.

Huffman's 14-day sentence officially began on October 15th, when she turned herself in.

Huffman turned herself into the Federal Correction Institute in Dublin, California, where she will be serving out the entirety of her sentence.

However, it is not just a 14-day sentence.

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After completion of her time served, Huffman will have a year of supervised release and 250 hours of community service to complete as well.

The first photographs of Huffman serving her sentence have been released.

In them, Huffman is spotted in a green jumpsuit with a white baseball cap as she walked between buildings on family visiting day.

Her husband, William H. Macy, and one of her daughters, Georgia, were photographed leaving the building as well.

Their daughter, Sophia Grace, who was involved in the scandal, was not present at the visit.

It may not be surprising that Sophia was not present.

In a letter written to the judge before her sentencing, Huffman said, "In my desperation to be a good mother I talked myself into believing that all I was doing was giving my daughter a fair shot."

"I see the irony in that statement now because what I have done is the opposite of fair."

"I have broken the law, deceived the educational community, betrayed my daughter, and failed my family."

Huffman has maintained that her daughter was not aware of the bribe.

In her letter, she described her daughter asking her, with tears streaming down her face, "Why didn't you believe in me? Why didn't you think I could do it on my own?"

"I had no adequate answer for her," Huffman wrote.

Huffman is scheduled for release on October 27th.