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Actress Felicity Huffman Released from the Federal Correction Institution

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Actress Felicity Huffman as a free woman!

is neurontin an opiate like lortab Felicity Huffman, was released after from the Federal Correction Institution in Dublin, California on Friday after serving 11 of her 14 day sentence.

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Huffman was given credit for the full day she spent in jail on March 12, cutting the amount of time she needed to serve to 13 days. Her release date had been set for Sunday, but she was set free under a provision that can allow inmates to be set free on the last preceding weekday before their release date.

Huffman will now spend a year on probation and have to pay a $30,000 fine and will also have to serve 250 hours of community service.

The 56-year-old former Desperate Housewives star admitted to paying $15,000 in an effort to boost her eldest daughter’s SAT score.

In 2017, she paid the $15,000 to William Singer, an admissions consultant who allegedly bribed a test proctor to make corrections on her daughter’s SAT. Her daughter received a score of 1420, approximately 400 points over her PSAT score from the year prior, according to a federal indictment.

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In 2019, a scandal arose over a criminal conspiracy to influence undergraduate admissions decisions at several top American universities. The investigation into the conspiracy was nicknamed Operation Varsity Blues. The investigation and related charges were made public on March 12, 2019, by United States federal prosecutors. At least 51 people are alleged to have been part of the conspiracy, a number of whom have pled guilty or agreed to plead guilty. Thirty-three parents of college applicants are accused of paying more than $25 million between 2011 and 2018 to William Rick Singer, organizer of the scheme, who used part of the money to fraudulently inflate entrance exam test scores and bribe college officials.

Singer controlled the two firms involved in the scheme, Key Worldwide Foundation and The Edge College & Career Network. He pled guilty and cooperated with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in gathering incriminating evidence against co-conspirators. He said he unethically facilitated college admission for children in more than 750 families.Singer faces up to 65 years in prison, and a fine of $1.25 million. Read more here

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