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‘Desperate Housewives’ Star Nicollette Sheridan Calls Former Co-Star Felicity Huffman’s Scandal ‘Disgraceful’

“Desperate Housewives” star Nicollette Sheridan is calling out the parents involved in the college bribery scandal, including her former co-star Felicity Huffman, calling their actions “disgraceful.”

During an interview with “Access Live” she was asked about the scandal and specifically asked about Huffman, who she co-starred with on the hit ABC show for five seasons.

The actress admitted while we don’t know all the facts about the situation, she still finds extremely disturbing, especially how “the entitlement and power and money that can take away from less privileged. She says the parents’ actions, which took away from the less fortunate, are“disgraceful.”

The hosts tried to grill Sheridan more but she kept it simple saying the whole thing “is a huge problem.”

Sheridan starred on the ABC show as Edie Britt until season 5.  After she left the show, Sheridan famously sued “Desperate Housewives” creator Marc Cherry and ABC for $20 million accusing Cherry of assault on set and then claimed the network fired her after she reported it.

Cherry denied the allegations and the battle went on for years and through various courts until she lost at the final stage.