Felicity Huffman set free from jail two days early before a release date
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American actress Felicity Huffman has been released from jail. She was supposed to serve 14 days in jail but she was let out of the jail after only 11-days behind the bar. This is only part of her verdict for her involvement in the college admission scandals. Huffman confessed to paying $15000 to someone to correct her daughter’s SAT course.

‘Desperate Housewives’ star is now expected to serve one year of probation, 250 hours of community service and pay a $30000 fine. She told the judge that she acknowledged her crime.

Huffman was programmed to freed on Sunday but she was freed on Friday because of the policy that her released date was on weekend.

56-year-old actress turned herself in for admission scandal to experts at the FCI in Dublin, California, on October 15.

Huffman was included in the list of 52 people in which rich parents involved in admission scandals of their children and give bribes to the admission authorities of California college. Huffman said that her daughter was uninformed of this scheme until she was detained.

Huffman won an Emmy award for television’s ‘Desperate Housewives’. She was also chosen for an Oscar as the best artist for her character in the 2005 film Transamerica.