After a Buzz: The Felicity Huffman soap opera
Media flout light judgment in college scam.
Photos appearing online Saturday showed former “Desperate Housewives” singer Felicity Huffman wearing a dark-green jumpsuit as she serves her judgment in a California prison.
Huffman was speckled with her hair bundled underneath a white ball top as she walked between buildings on a drift of a Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, Calif., on family visiting day, a New York Post reported.
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The Post and TMZ posted photos of Huffman’s family — father William H. Macy and daughter Sophia — nearing during a jail from Los Angeles to revisit her.
Huffman, 56, surrendered to authorities Tuesday to start what was ostensible to be a 14-day jail judgment after pleading guilty in May in tie with a college admissions scandal.
But a orator for a Federal Bureau of Prisons told Entertainment Tonight that Huffman will offer usually 13 days since she perceived credit for time spent in control following her detain in March.
Huffman pleaded guilty to one count of swindling to dedicate mail rascal and honest services mail fraud. She confessed to profitable an admissions consultant $15,000 to have a proctor scold her comparison daughter’s answers on a SAT.
She is ostensible to finish her time in control subsequent Sunday.
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The star perceived some magnetism from Alec Baldwin, who wrote on Twitter on Wednesday that he doesn’t trust relatives held in a admissions liaison should accept jail time.
“I don’t consider anyone concerned in a college rascal cases should go to prison,” Baldwin wrote. “That includes past cases as well. Community service, fines, yes. But jail time, no. My heart goes out to Felicity, Bill Macy and their family.”