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Felicity Huffman Pictured Leaving Court After Posting Bond

Felicity Huffman Pictured Leaving Court After Posting Bond

Felicity Huffman is seen leaving the Los Angeles Federal Court building after posting bond on Tuesday evening (March 12) in Los Angeles.

The 56-year-old former Desperate Housewives actress was arrested earlier in the day for allegedly being part of a college admissions scam that involved dozens of other parents.

Felicity was charged with allegedly giving $15,000 “to participate in the college entrance exam cheating scheme on behalf of her oldest daughter.”

After posting $250,000 bond and surrendering her passport, Felicity was released from custody. Her husband William H. Macy was there to support her.

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  • YaThink

    I actually feel really badly for them. Must be so embarrassing and humiliating. Surely there are a ton more people in Hollywood who did this. I always assumed that if people were wealthy, their kids could go to pretty much whatever college or university they wanted to.

  • FerCat

    Looks like Bad Moms will get another sequel.

  • quartzoup

    Why would you pay bribes? Why not hire the best tutors in the world to build your children into college material. Lazy fucks.

  • mahbelle

    Because that would require their kids to actually do the work and they don’t want to.

  • Mercyneal

    Why would you feel badly? They were cutthroat and dishonest and were willing to break the laws, criminally, to to get their kids in college, depriving a deserving student a spot. Lying about your daughters being on crew? This is horrible. Do not feel sorry for them, They don’t care about you are the little people

  • Phil the Donahue

    huh? Why the H would you feel bad for these idiots. It’s called Study. They suck as humans and parents.

  • Phil the Donahue

    You must be a trump supporter. I am here to tell you that the wealthy think you are all losers and don’t give a F about you. Trust me. They. Do. Not. Care.

  • YaThink

    Believe me, I think it is horrible, but I don’t believe these 2 ladies are necessarily horrible people. We don’t know yet how it was presented to them. The guy selling was a skilled salesman. What if he said, “Everybody does it in Hollywood… This is how so and so, and so and so’s kids went to Yale and Harvard. It’s no big deal. I’ve been doing this for 20 years.”

    They wanted it badly for their kids and may not have “completely” realized what was at stake or how much trouble they were into… until now.

    I also think they should let the cat completely out of the bag. They are mostly focusing on these 2 women, but I think there are hundreds of people in Hollywood and elsewhere who’ve done it in the past and it all needs to be brought to the light.

    But I don’t think the police will do that. Those other people will probably be able to remain hidden. There are probably some REALLY powerful players, and the LAPD protects certain people. Probably paid off.

  • YaThink

    I don’t hate the president, but I wouldn’t call myself his supporter either.

  • YaThink

    They seem to be well liked by people and maybe this is the only terrible thing they’ve ever done. Still, when everything hits the fan, it is so humiliating. Can you imagine? You’re in Hollywood living the so-called wealthy happy American life and suddenly you’re splashed all over the news as criminals. It’s gotta hurt bad!