Felicity Huffman completes her sentence for college bribes

The actress Felicity Huffman, known for her starring role in Desperate Women, has served the sentence for his participation in the scandal of the admissions to the university that he had when it was shown that he paid up to 13,700 euros (15,000 dollars) as a bribe to have Sophia Macy’s mark on the SAT test, the American selectivity, be corrected.

The interpreter’s sentence included jail – she entered 11 days in prison of the 14 to which she had been sentenced -, 250 hours of community service and probation for a year and has been fully served, as revealed to the US media by the Huffman’s attorney.

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Huffman, who had pleaded guilty to paying admissions consultant Rick Singer, also had to pay a $ 30,000 fine. With the end of this sentence and with her daughter already in college on her own merits by repeating the SAT exam, it seems that for the moment this scandal is closed for her.

Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband, fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, will be jailed on November 19

There are still other famous victims on the scene. The actress Lori Loughlin and her husband, the fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli, were also indicted in 2019 for their involvement in the scandal. The couple originally pleaded not guilty before finally deciding to agree to a settlement that resulted in a significantly higher penalty than Huffman’s.

Loughlin and Giannulli signed the agreement on August 21 and the penalty for her was two months in jail, a fine of about 127,000 euros ($ 150,000) and 150 hours of community service. Her husband, a little more, five months in jail, a fine of 211,000 euros ($ 250,000) and 250 hours of service. Both have been ordered to report to jail on November 19.