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Actress Felicity Huffman Sentenced To 14 Days In Prison For College Admissions Scandal

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Actress Felicity Huffman Sentenced To 14 Days In Prison For College Admissions Scandal

Actress Felicity Huffman Sentenced To 14 Days In Prison For College Admissions Scandal

Actress Felicity Huffman was sentenced Friday in Boston federal court to 14 days in prison, the first parent to be sentenced for her role in the massive nationwide college admissions bribery scandal.

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