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Felicity Huffman Apologizes For College Admission Scandal, Gets 14 Days In Prison

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Felicity Huffman Apologizes For College Admission Scandal, Gets 14 Days In Prison

Felicity Huffman Apologizes For College Admission Scandal, Gets 14 Days In Prison

Felicity Huffman was sentenced 14 days in prison for her involvement in the U.S. college admission scandal.

The actress will also have to pay a $30,000 fine, undergo a year of supervised release and complete 250 hours of community service.

According to Reuters, Huffman gave an apology in federal court for rigging her daughter’s entrance exam.

She spoke directly to the judge and said she will “deserve whatever punishment you give me.” She said that love and truth “go hand in hand, and love at the expense of truth is not real love.”

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