Felicity Huffman Has Finished Up Her Sentence In The College Admissions Scandal

October 26, 2020 / Posted by:

TMZ says that Felicity Huffman has fully completed her sentence in the College Admissions Scandal. Felicity pleaded guilty in May 2019 to paying $15,000 for a proctor to fix her daughter’s SAT answers, boosting her daughter’s score. Felicity had to pay fines, and do community service and worst of all, spend a week and change in prison with security so low she had regular walks and paparazzi sightings–so basically normal life. In fact, yesterday was the anniversary of her release, meaning she’s off probation too. Now she only has to deal with the wrath of Hollywood-types taking playful jabs at her on award shows until the end of time.

As part of her plea deal, Felicity accepted a 14-day prison sentence, a $30,000 fine, 250 hours of community service, and a year of supervised release. She’s done her time, paid the fine, finished up her community service, and her probation is over. And since Felicity’s supervised release is up, she got her passport back, via TMZ:

Lori Loughlin is sitting somewhere shook out of her mind. Of course, she pleaded guilty to spending way more money than Felicity did to cheat her daughters’ ways into school and got sentenced to a whole two-months in prison (as if!)–but if she had just pleaded guilty earlier instead of dragging out that Cirque du Soleil performance of legal bullshit, Lori could have been well on her way to being over the scandal like Felicity. Something for Lori to think about as she’s sitting in jail working on her paper cranes, downward-facing dog, and bicycle-kicks.

Pic: Wenn.com

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