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Felicity Huffman To Be Sentenced In College Admission Scandal

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Felicity Huffman To Be Sentenced In College Admission Scandal

Felicity Huffman To Be Sentenced In College Admission Scandal

Disgraced actress Felicity Huffman says she will accept whatever punishment the court deems appropriate.

According to CNN, she will find out her fate in just a few hours.

Huffman will be sentenced for her role in what authorities called the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted.

Huffman and fellow actress Lori Loughlin are among the most high-profile parents to be caught up in the admissions scandal.

Huffman is expected to address a packed courtroom during her sentencing.

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