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Faced with: Felicity Huffman, 56, pleaded guilty to her part in the nationwide scandal of university entrance exams two months ago and is willing to serve the four months behind bars if that's what she has ordered to do so, a source said Wednesday; (shown in February)

Felicity Huffman is & # 39; willing to & # 39; the time to serve in prison after he has pleaded guilty for the scam of the university: & # 39; She is hopeful for a townhouse instead of prison & # 39;

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Felicity Huffman is ready for jail, but stands up for a milder sentence.

The Desperate Housewives star pleaded guilty two months ago for her part in the nationwide university entrance scandal and is & # 39; willing to serve the four months behind bars if that is what she should do & # 39 ;, US Weekly on Tuesday.

However, the 56-year-old is hopeful that she is a suitable candidate for half a house instead of a prison detention & # 39 ;.

Faced with: Felicity Huffman, 56, pleaded guilty to her part in the nationwide scandal of university entrance exams two months ago and is willing to serve the four months behind bars if that's what she has ordered to do so, a source said Wednesday; (shown in February)

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Faced with: Felicity Huffman, 56, pleaded guilty to her part in the nationwide college admissions scandal two months ago and is willing to serve the four months behind bars if that's what she was ordered to do , a source said Wednesday; (shown in February)

In April, the Oscar-nominated Transamerica actress, mother of daughter Sofia, 18 and Georgia, 17, with her husband William H. Macy, 69, admitted that she had scraped $ 15,000 for a proctor to get wrong answers to Sofia & # 39; s SAT & # 39; s to correct.

Huffman led the payment through an admission officer named William Singer via his non-profit KeyManager Foundation; Prosecutors said the aforementioned foundation was established as a front to accept payouts.

& # 39; I am ashamed of the pain I have caused by my daughter, my family, my friends, my colleague & # 39; s and the educational community & # 39 ;, she said in a statement.

& # 39; I want to apologize to them and especially apologize to the students who work hard every day to go to school and their parents who make huge sacrifices to support their children and do so honestly. & # 39;

Hoping for the best: Huffman is & # 39; hopeful that she is a suitable candidate for half a house instead of imprisonment & # 39;

Hoping for the best: Huffman is & # 39; hopeful that she is a suitable candidate for half a house instead of imprisonment & # 39;

Hoping for the best: Huffman is & # 39; hopeful that she is a suitable candidate for half a house instead of imprisonment & # 39;

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Entertainment tonight reported that Sofia will take a break and not immediately enroll in college after her mother's scandal.

A source told the outlet that Sofia and Georgia & # 39; are doing well and have tried to keep their routines & # 39; while supporting their mother the very difficult time.

Meanwhile, another actress at the center of the scandal, Lori Loughlin, expects potential additional legal issues with USC.

Pays off: In April, the Transamerica actress, who was the mother of daughters Sofia, 18 and Georgia, 17, with her husband William H. Macy, 69, gave $ 15,000 for a proctor to get wrong answers to Sofia & # 39 ; s SAT & # 39; s correct; (William and Sofia shown in 2014)

Pays off: in April, the Transamerica actress, who is the mother of daughters Sofia, 18 and Georgia, 17, with her husband William H. Macy, 69, gave up $ 15,000 for a proctor to get wrong answers to Sofia & # 39 ; s SAT & # 39; s correct; (William and Sofia shown in 2014)

Pays off: in April, the Transamerica actress, who is the mother of daughters Sofia, 18 and Georgia, 17, with her husband William H. Macy, 69, gave up $ 15,000 for a proctor to get wrong answers to Sofia & # 39 ; s SAT & # 39; s correct; (William and Sofia shown in 2014)

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& # 39; Lori believes USC will do everything it takes to financially ruin her family & # 39 ;, another source told Us Weekly.

& # 39; USC accepts extremely substantial donations, which are usually the result of registering a child from that family.

& # 39; Lori wants to unmask USC admission practices and looks forward to her day in the criminal court. & # 39;

Bad expectations: meanwhile, another famous actress in the center of the scandal, Lori Loughlin, expects possible additional legal issues with USC; (Lori pictured April)

Bad expectations: meanwhile, another famous actress in the center of the scandal, Lori Loughlin, expects possible additional legal issues with USC; (Lori pictured April)

Bad expectations: meanwhile, another famous actress in the center of the scandal, Lori Loughlin, expects possible additional legal issues with USC; (Lori pictured April)

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