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Entertainment University bribery scandal: Felicity Huffman has served the entire sentence

15:05  26 october  2020
15:05  26 october  2020 Source:   de.starsinsider.com

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JOSEPH PREZIOSO/AFP/Getty Felicity Huffman . Felicity Huffman has completed her sentence RELATED: Felicity Huffman 'So Proud' After Daughter Gets Into Top University Following Scandal : Source. Both were charged with one count each of conspiracy to commit federal programs bribery

Huffman was the first parent sentenced in the scandal that exposed the lengths some parents will go to to get their children into elite schools and reinforced suspicions that the college admissions process is slanted toward the rich. The facility where Huffman will serve her time has housed well-known

Felicity Huffman hat ihre Strafe verbüßt. © Xavier Collin / Image Press Agency / ImageCollect Felicity Huffman has served her sentence.

In 2019 actress Felicity Huffman (57, "Desperate Housewives" ) was sentenced to fourteen days in prison, one year probation, a fine and community service in the university bribery scandal. Now the actress is said to have served her sentence, as US media unanimously report. She had already started her prison sentence in October 2019 and was released after eleven days in prison. Her suspended sentence expired on October 25, 2020. She has also done community hours and paid the fine, her team said.

Huffman allegedly wants to be in front of the camera again.

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Actress Felicity Huffman was released Friday from a federal prison in Dublin, California, after Huffman "will begin serving the remainder of the sentence (US District) Judge (Indira) Talwani I have broken the law, deceived the educational community, betrayed my daughter and failed my family."

Felicity Huffman has completed her full sentence , which included jail time, community service and supervised release, a rep for the actress confirms to PEOPLE. Felicity Huffman Has Completed Her Full Sentence for College Admissions Scandal .

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It is also said that Huffman should get her passport back soon. She had already submitted a corresponding application at the beginning of the month. In addition, the 57-year-old should plan to be in front of the camera "sometime in the near future". The actress is now said to be part of a new Hollywood artist agency. Huffman wants to continue to campaign for imprisoned women.

While Felicity Huffman can slowly leave the university bribery scandal behind, her colleague Lori Loughlin (56, "Full House") has yet to begin her prison sentence. A court sentenced her and her husband Mossimo Giannulli, 57, to two and five months in prison in August. Loughlin must begin her sentence by November 19, 2020.

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