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Felicity Huffman Released from Prison After Serving 11 Days

By Gary Trock

Felicity Huffman is a free woman after being released a whole 3 days early from federal prison.

The "Desperate Housewives" star was released from FCI Dublin in California early Friday morning.

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Huffman was scheduled to be released on Sunday, but federal officials usually release inmates on Friday if the date falls on a weekend.

The star began her 14-day sentence on October 15 after being sentenced for her role in the college admissions scandal.


Huffman pled guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud.

Her prison time wasn't too hard, as Huffman was seen looking pleasant while out on the yard, and was also paid visit by her husband, William H. Macy.


As we previously reported, she's already satisfied her $30,000 fine, which was taken care of shortly after she checked into prison.

Huffman has apologized multiple times to both family, friends and students for her part in the college scandal.

Even though many felt she got off easy, Huffman was ready to face the music and said, "I take full responsibility of my actions and making amends with my crime ... I will deserve whatever punishment you give me."

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