Felicity Huffman Officially Pleads Guilty In Boston Court, Prosecutors Recommend 4 Month Prison Sentence

May 13, 2019

Felicity Huffman has officially pleaded guilty in the College Admissions Scandal.

The A-list actress arrived at the Boston Federal Court House earlier today, and recently plead guilty for allegedly paying $15,000 to alter her daughter's test scores. According to a press release from U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Massachusetts, Huffman "pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud."

The Hollywood Reporter notes that because she was one of the first parents to plead guilty the prosecutors recommended a prison sentence on the "low end" of the guidelines that were set.

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Aside from the prison time, the recommendation also included a $20,000 fine and 12-months supervised release. In court, Huffman broke down and opened up about her daughter saying she, "has been seeing a neuro-psychologist since she was 8 years old." 

We have also learned that Felicity Huffman's sentencing hearing has been set for September 13, 2019.