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EntertainmentFelicity Huffman 'Wants to Do Everything She Can to Heal Her Family' After College Scandal: Source

16:05  11 september  2019
16:05  11 september  2019 Source:   people.com

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FELICITY HUFFMAN ’S CHEATING DEFENSE: Actress Felicity Huffman wrote a letter to the court in a bid to avoid prison time for her role in the college Although she is "very emotional," she is trying to stay strong for her family . The source said that Huffman and Macy have "a very strong relationship

BOSTON — Actress Felicity Huffman tearfully pleaded guilty to federal charges Monday, admitting that she paid a fixer thousands of dollars to boost her daughter's college "I want to apologize to them and, especially, I want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to get into college , and

Felicity Huffman is ready to face her fate.

Felicity Huffman 'Wants to Do Everything She Can to Heal Her Family' After College Scandal: Source© Provided by Meredith Corporation Felicity Huffman 'Wants to Do Everything She Can to Heal Her Family' After College Admissions Scandal: Source

The Desperate Housewives actress, 56, who was charged in this year’s bombshell college admissions fraud investigation, is scheduled to be sentenced on Friday — and a source says she is ready to make up for her wrongdoing.

“She is willing to pay whatever price she has to pay for breaking the law and she is committed to making amends to the public and to the educational community and giving back in a substantive way,” says the source.

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Felicity Huffman steps out with husband William H. Macy ahead of sentencing next month in college admissions scandal Felicity Huffman was spotted out with her husband William H. Macy just weeks before she is set to be sentenced by a judge in the college admissions scandal. The couple walked together to a friends casual barbecue in Los Angeles on Sunday. © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Enjoying their time together: Felicity Huffman was spotted out with her husband William H. Macy just weeks before she is set to be sentenced by a judge in the college admissions scandal The 56-year-old had her hair pulled back and was makeup-free, wearing a simple printed sundress that she paired with white trainers.

FELICITY HUFFMAN ’S CHEATING DEFENSE: Actress Felicity Huffman wrote a letter to the court in a bid to avoid prison time for her role in the college Although she is "very emotional," she is trying to stay strong for her family . The source said that Huffman and Macy have "a very strong relationship

Felicity Huffman left a federal courthouse in Boston on Monday after entering a guilty plea. She wanted to make a few things clear, she said. Her daughter was not involved in the scheme to cheat on the SAT. And neither was a neuropsychologist who had treated her daughter since she was 8 years old.

Felicity Huffman 'Wants to Do Everything She Can to Heal Her Family' After College Scandal: Source© Charles Krupa/AP/Shutterstock Felicity Huffman | Charles Krupa/AP/Shutterstock In a recommendation to the judge, prosecutors called for the actress to face one month in prison followed by 12 months of supervised release as well as a $20,000 fine. Through her attorney, Huffman asked for one year of probation and community service.

In an emotional letter to the judge, Huffman says it was “desperation to be a good mother” that led her to pay $15,000 to fake her daughter’s SAT scores — and she’ll feel “utter shame” for the rest of her life.

Huffman, who pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud, said that her older daughter, Sophia, was diagnosed with learning disabilities at age 8. “I talked myself into believing that all I was doing was giving my daughter a fair shot,” she wrote of paying now-disgraced admissions consultant Rick Singer to have a proctor change Sophia’s SAT answers after she took the test.

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Lori Loughlin Regrets Not Doing What Felicity Huffman Did Amid Scandal Living with regret. Lori Loughlin is finally grasping the seriousness of her situation, and is angry with husband Mossimo Giannulli after he recommended they reject the plea deal prosecutors offered in April, a source exclusively reveals to Us Weekly. “Lori regrets not doing what Felicity [Huffman] did,” says the insider. Another source adds, “Lori was inclined to take the deal, but Mossimo said it would ruin both of their careers.” © Shutterstock (2) Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.

“ She called us from the airport in hysterics, begging us to ‘ do something, please, please do She talked about Huffman ’s fight for her to get equal pay with the show's other leads and her constant Felicity Huffman Is 'Very Emotional' Ahead of Sentencing in College Admission Scandal , Source

Felicity Huffman is expected to plead guilty in court today regarding her involvement in the college More than a month after stating she would be pleading guilty for her involvement in the college I want to apologize to them and, especially, I want to apologize to the students who work hard every

Felicity Huffman 'Wants to Do Everything She Can to Heal Her Family' After College Scandal: Source© Stefanie Keenan/Getty William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman with their daughters | Stefanie Keenan/Getty

But no court decision will be as heartbreaking to Huffman as the pain she has caused her family.

“She is focused right now on repairing her relationships within her family and helping put their lives back together,” says the source. “As a mother and wife, she wants to do everything she can to heal her family.”

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