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Spotted in LA: Felicity Huffman was seen laughing when she visited an apartment with her youngest daughter and her husband on Saturday afternoon

A smiling Felicity Huffman seemed to have no worries in the world when she was spotted on a Saturday afternoon trip with her husband, youngest daughter and the family dog.

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Huffman grinned as she and her family unloaded furniture in an apartment building after returning from Boston for her conviction in the Friday admission scandal.

The shameful Desperate Housewives star wore a straw hat and shades for the outing – the first time she was seen in public since she was sentenced to 14 days in jail. She combined black skinny jeans with a gray shirt with long sleeves and a pair of Adidas sneakers.

Spotted in LA: Felicity Huffman was seen laughing when she visited an apartment with her youngest daughter and her husband on Saturday afternoon

Spotted in LA: Felicity Huffman was seen laughing when she visited an apartment with her youngest daughter and her husband on Saturday afternoon

Family outing: It is not clear what she did on Saturday with husband William H. Macy and youngest daughter Georgia Grace Macy, 17

Family outing: It is not clear what she did on Saturday with husband William H. Macy and youngest daughter Georgia Grace Macy, 17

Family outing: It is not clear what she did on Saturday with husband William H. Macy and youngest daughter Georgia Grace Macy, 17

New house? Huffman was holding a box with & # 39; Sophia apartment & # 39; on the side, suggesting that they moved the teenager to her own house in the city
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New house? Huffman was holding a box with & # 39; Sophia apartment & # 39; on the side, suggesting that they moved the teenager to her own house in the city

The words & # 39; Sophia apartment & # 39; were written on the side of the box that Huffman carried

The words & # 39; Sophia apartment & # 39; were written on the side of the box that Huffman carried

New house? Huffman had a box with the & # 39; Sophia apartment & # 39; on the side, suggesting that they moved their eldest daughter Sophia Grace Macy, 19, to her own house in the city or drop things off at her property.

Relaxed look: the shameful Desperate Housewives star-pair black skinny jeans with a gray long-sleeved shirt and a pair of Adidas sneakers

Relaxed look: the shameful Desperate Housewives star-pair black skinny jeans with a gray long-sleeved shirt and a pair of Adidas sneakers

Relaxed look: the shameful Desperate Housewives star-pair black skinny jeans with a gray long-sleeved shirt and a pair of Adidas sneakers

Walkies: William H. Macy - dressed in a white shirt, black pants and a Chicago Cubs cap - held on to their dog's leash and a bag of Whole Foods peanuts

Walkies: William H. Macy - dressed in a white shirt, black pants and a Chicago Cubs cap - held on to their dog's leash and a bag of Whole Foods peanuts

Walkies: William H. Macy - dressed in a white shirt, black pants and a Chicago Cubs cap - held on to their dog's leash and a bag of Whole Foods peanuts

Walkies: William H. Macy - dressed in a white shirt, black pants and a Chicago Cubs cap - held on to their dog's leash and a bag of Whole Foods peanuts

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Walkies: William H. Macy – dressed in a white shirt, black pants and a Chicago Cubs cap – held on to their dog's leash and a bag of Whole Foods peanuts

It is not clear what she did with husband William H. Macy and youngest daughter Georgia Grace Macy, 17, but Huffman had a box with & # 39; Sophia apartment & # 39; on the side.

This suggests that they moved their eldest daughter Sophia Grace Macy, 19, to her own house in the city or dropped boxes with her.

Georgia looked casual in a 90-inspired look – it wore wash jeans, a floral top, and Sketchers sneakers. They accessorized with a small black backpack.

Mother-of-two Huffman saw a folding side table out of the trunk of a silver car parked outside, while her husband – dressed in a white shirt, black pants and a Chicago Cubs cap – on their dog's leash and a bag with Whole Foods peanuts & # 39; s. Sophia was nowhere in sight.

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It looked like any other family outing, but only 24 hours earlier the actor was sentenced to two weeks in a federal prison.

She also published a public apology for paying $ 15,000 on Friday to raise her daughter's SAT scores.

& # 39; I accept the decision of the court today without reservation & # 39 ;, she wrote in her statement. & # 39; I have always been willing to accept any punishment imposed by Judge (Indira) Talwani (of the US District Court of Massachusetts).

Family time: it looked like any other family outing, but only 24 hours earlier the actor was sentenced to two weeks in a federal prison

Family time: it looked like any other family outing, but only 24 hours earlier the actor was sentenced to two weeks in a federal prison

Family time: it looked like any other family outing, but only 24 hours earlier the actor was sentenced to two weeks in a federal prison

Heavy work: the mother of two saw a folding side table fetching from the trunk of a silver car parked outside
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Heavy work: the mother of two saw a folding side table fetching from the trunk of a silver car parked outside

Huffman removes a folding table from a vehicle

Huffman removes a folding table from a vehicle

Heavy work: the mother of two saw a folding side table fetching from the trunk of a silver car parked outside

Trio: Georgia looked casual in a 90-inspired look - was wearing wash jeans, a floral top, and Sketchers sneakers. They accessorized with a small black backpack

Trio: Georgia looked casual in a 90-inspired look - was wearing wash jeans, a floral top, and Sketchers sneakers. They accessorized with a small black backpack

Trio: Georgia looked casual in a 90-inspired look – was wearing wash jeans, a floral top, and Sketchers sneakers. They accessorized with a small black backpack

Moving in? William held the leash of their dog while daughter Georgia and wife Huffman carried boxes
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Moving in? William held the leash of their dog while daughter Georgia and wife Huffman carried boxes

Moving in? William held the leash of their dog while daughter Georgia and wife Huffman carried boxes

Relaxed: it looked like any other family outing, but only 24 hours earlier the actor was sentenced to two weeks in a federal prison

Relaxed: it looked like any other family outing, but only 24 hours earlier the actor was sentenced to two weeks in a federal prison

Relaxed: it looked like any other family outing, but only 24 hours earlier the actor was sentenced to two weeks in a federal prison

Casual getaway: at one point, Huffman removed her shades and hung over the top of her shirt as she left the premises

Casual getaway: at one point, Huffman removed her shades and hung over the top of her shirt as she left the premises

Casual getaway: at one point, Huffman removed her shades and hung over the top of her shirt as she left the premises

Casual getaway: at one point, Huffman removed her shades and hung over the top of her shirt as she left the premises

Casual getaway: at one point, Huffman removed her shades and hung over the top of her shirt as she left the premises

HUFMAN STATEMENT

I accept the decision of the court today without reservation. I have always been willing to accept every sentence imposed by Judge Talwani.

I have broken the law. I have admitted that and I have been found guilty of this crime. There are no excuses or justifications for my actions. Period of time.

I want to apologize to my daughter, my husband, my family and the educational community for my actions. And I especially want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to go to college, and to their parents who make huge sacrifices to support their children.

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In the last six months I have learned a lot about my defects as a person. My goal now is to serve the sentence that the court has given me.

I look forward to doing my working hours for the community and having a positive impact on my community. I also plan to continue to make contributions wherever I can, well, after those hours have been completed. I can promise you that in the coming months and years I will try to live a fairer life, serve as a better role model for my daughters and family and continue to contribute my time and energy where I am needed.

My hope now is that my family, my friends and my community will forgive me for my actions.

& # 39; I have broken the law. I have admitted that and I have been found guilty of this crime. There are no excuses or justifications for my actions. Period of time.

& # 39; I want to apologize to my daughter, my husband, my family, and the educational community for my actions.

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& # 39; And I especially want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to go to college, and to their parents who make huge sacrifices to support their children. & # 39;

She added: & I can promise you that in the coming months and years I will try to live a more honest life, serve as a better role model for my daughters and family and continue to contribute my time and energy where I need am.

& # 39; My hope now is that my family, my friends and my community will forgive me for my actions. & # 39;

Meanwhile, while Huffman prepares for her prison sentence, fellow actor Lori Loughlin, who, along with her husband Mossimo Giannulli, has also been charged with the university bribery scandal, is closely following the latest legal developments in the case.

Unlike Huffman and several other defendants who have made pleadings with federal prosecutors, Loughlin and Giannulli did not plead guilty.

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While Huffman was sentenced to two weeks in prison for paying $ 15,000 to inflate her daughter's SAT scores, Loughlin would have paid $ 500,000 to fraudulently have her daughters admitted to the University of Southern California by joining from the crew team.

If convicted, Loughlin is faced with a maximum of 40 years in prison, although legal observers doubt that a judge would impose such a severe sentence.

In addition to her 14-day prison sentence, Huffman was also sentenced to one year in prison for bribes in exchange for a proctor who forged the standardized fitness test of her daughter to give the teenager a higher score.

The actress, 56, turned to the court shortly before she learned her fate and shed tears when she said, "I have done more damage than I could have ever imagined."

She then admitted her guilt once more and told the judge that her actions & # 39; scared, stupid and so wrong & # 39; and added that she deserved the punishment that was pronounced.

That tearing show came almost 30 minutes after the hearing began with the federal prosecutor who had rebuked the case and rebuked the actions that resulted in Huffman's indictment and ridiculing her apologies.

Immediately after the bat, the prosecutor said about Huffman's claim that her & # 39; parental fear & # 39; that led her to bribe an official to guarantee her daughter a better SAT test score.

& # 39; With all due respect to the defendant, welcome to parenting & # 39 ;, said assistant US lawyer Eric Rosen.

& # 39; There is no manual. Parenting is tiring and stressful, but that is what every parent goes through. & # 39;

He later commented: & # 39; Parenting does not make you a criminal or cheating. You thereby become a positive role model. & # 39;

The day after: Huffman issued a public apology on Friday for paying $ 15,000 to increase her daughter's SAT scores

The day after: Huffman issued a public apology on Friday for paying $ 15,000 to increase her daughter's SAT scores

The day after: Huffman issued a public apology on Friday for paying $ 15,000 to increase her daughter's SAT scores

The day after: Huffman issued a public apology on Friday for paying $ 15,000 to increase her daughter's SAT scores

The day after: Huffman issued a public apology on Friday for paying $ 15,000 to increase her daughter's SAT scores

Sorry but smiling: & I accept the court's decision today without reservation & # 39 ;, Huffman wrote in her statement. & # 39; I have always been willing to accept any punishment imposed by Judge (Indira) Talwani (of the US District Court of Massachusetts) & # 39;

Sorry but smiling: & I accept the court's decision today without reservation & # 39 ;, Huffman wrote in her statement. & # 39; I have always been willing to accept any punishment imposed by Judge (Indira) Talwani (of the US District Court of Massachusetts) & # 39;

Sorry but smiling: & I accept the court's decision today without reservation & # 39 ;, Huffman wrote in her statement. & # 39; I have always been willing to accept any punishment imposed by Judge (Indira) Talwani (of the US District Court of Massachusetts) & # 39;

Breaking the law: Huffman was sentenced to two weeks in jail for paying $ 15,000 to blow up her daughter's SAT scores

Breaking the law: Huffman was sentenced to two weeks in jail for paying $ 15,000 to blow up her daughter's SAT scores

Breaking the law: Huffman was sentenced to two weeks in jail for paying $ 15,000 to blow up her daughter's SAT scores

Soon behind bars: in addition to her 14-day jail term, Huffman was also sentenced to one year in prison for paying a five-digit sample in exchange for a proctor who forged the standardized aptitude test of her daughter to get the teen higher to give a score

Soon behind bars: in addition to her 14-day jail term, Huffman was also sentenced to one year in prison for paying a five-digit sample in exchange for a proctor who forged the standardized aptitude test of her daughter to get the teen higher to give a score

Soon behind bars: in addition to her 14-day jail term, Huffman was also sentenced to one year in prison for paying a five-digit sample in exchange for a proctor who forged the standardized aptitude test of her daughter to get the teen higher to give a score

Soon behind bars: in addition to her 14-day jail term, Huffman was also sentenced to one year in prison for paying a five-digit sample in exchange for a proctor who forged the standardized aptitude test of her daughter to get the teen higher to give a score

Soon behind bars: in addition to her 14-day jail term, Huffman was also sentenced to one year in prison for paying a five-digit sample in exchange for a proctor who forged the standardized aptitude test of her daughter to get the teen higher to give a score

On the way home? The actress, 56, turned to the court just before she learned her fate and shed tears when she said, "I have done more damage than I could have ever imagined" # 39;

On the way home? The actress, 56, turned to the court just before she learned her fate and shed tears when she said, "I have done more damage than I could have ever imagined" # 39;

On the way home? The actress, 56, turned to the court just before she learned her fate and shed tears when she said, "I have done more damage than I could have ever imagined" # 39;

Prosecutors repeated their conviction recommendation to the court on Friday by stating very clearly: & The defendant, Felicity Huffman, has to go to jail for a month because the only meaningful and sufficient sanction for her criminal activities she has performed is jail. & # 39;

Huffman was instructed to report to a judge established by the Bureau of Prison on October 25 by Judge Indira Talwani, who shared with the court how she arrived at her verdict after hearing prosecutors, defense and Huffman.

& # 39; The indignation in this case is a system that is first and foremost disrupted by money and privileges & # 39 ;, Judge Indira Talwani noted.

& # 39; And that in a system in that context, that you have taken the step to have another advantage in putting your child in the foreground. & # 39;

Huffman was later seen comforted by her husband and left the courthouse around 4 p.m. with tears in her eyes.

Huffman's lawyers are working to get their client to sit her two-week prison sentence in a women's prison with minimal security that the locals regard as a & # 39; Club Fed & # 39 ;.

Huffman's lawyers asked on Friday if she could serve her sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California – about 30 southeast of Oakland.

Martin Murphy, a lawyer representing the actor, made the request to Judge Indira Talwani on Friday.

Beaten down: Huffman was seen with swollen eyes (above) when she left the court on Friday after being convicted

Beaten down: Huffman was seen with swollen eyes (above) when she left the court on Friday after being convicted

Beaten down: Huffman was seen with swollen eyes (above) when she left the court on Friday after being convicted

Criminal: Huffman leaves court while holding her husband's hand after being sentenced to two weeks in prison

Criminal: Huffman leaves court while holding her husband's hand after being sentenced to two weeks in prison

Criminal: Huffman leaves court while holding her husband's hand after being sentenced to two weeks in prison

Fateful Day: Huffman is the first parent convicted of their role in the scandal, and the US attorney sentenced Huffman to jail for a month. The couple will be seen arriving at the court on Friday

Fateful Day: Huffman is the first parent convicted of their role in the scandal, and the US attorney sentenced Huffman to jail for a month. The couple will be seen arriving at the court on Friday

Fateful Day: Huffman is the first parent convicted of their role in the scandal, and the US attorney sentenced Huffman to jail for a month. The couple will be seen arriving at the court on Friday

Happier times: Georgia Grace Macy, Sophia Grace Macy, William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman are pictured on January 6, 2019

Happier times: Georgia Grace Macy, Sophia Grace Macy, William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman are pictured on January 6, 2019

Happier times: Georgia Grace Macy, Sophia Grace Macy, William H. Macy and Felicity Huffman are pictured on January 6, 2019

Murphy asked Talwani to make a recommendation to the federal prison agency, which will ultimately decide where Huffman serves her sentence.

"It is closest to Mrs. Huffman's home (in Los Angeles)," Murphy told the court on Friday.

FCI Dublin is one of the four federal penitentiaries in the United States prison system that only houses female prisoners.

The prison population in Dublin is 1,235 prisoners.

Dublin has built a reputation as one of America & # 39; s most enjoyable prisons, according to Forbes. The prison is close to the Bay Area, where the weather is pleasant all year round.

Locals even have the facility & # 39; Chateau Dublin & # 39; mentioned.

Federal documents show that while Huffman worked alone to smooth out the details when the couple's first daughter had her SAT changed by a proctor to improve her score, Macy was aware of the situation and the payment came from the joint account of the couple.

He in turn took a more active role in organizing the younger SAT's fraudulent SAT, and agreed to the money and a fixed place and time, just as his wife had done a year earlier with their other child.

In that case, however, the couple's daughter achieved the results she had hoped for and the brain behind the operation was informed that she would not have to submit a fraudulent score.

Huffman paid a & # 39; charity contribution & # 39; $ 15,000 to participate on behalf of her oldest daughter in the cheating scheme exam for the college exam, & # 39; explains the complaint.

Looking and waiting: co-actor Lori Loughlin, who, along with her husband Mossimo Giannulli, was also charged with the bribery scandal at the university, would closely follow the latest legal developments in the case. Unlike Huffman and several other defendants who have made pleadings with federal prosecutors, Loughlin and Giannulli did not plead guilty. Loughlin is seen in the middle while Giannulli walks behind her in Boston on August 27 right

Looking and waiting: co-actor Lori Loughlin, who, along with her husband Mossimo Giannulli, was also charged with the bribery scandal at the university, would closely follow the latest legal developments in the case. Unlike Huffman and several other defendants who have made pleadings with federal prosecutors, Loughlin and Giannulli did not plead guilty. Loughlin is seen in the middle while Giannulli walks behind her in Boston on August 27 right

Looking and waiting: co-actor Lori Loughlin, who, along with her husband Mossimo Giannulli, was also charged with the bribery scandal at the university, would closely follow the latest legal developments in the case. Unlike Huffman and several other defendants who have made pleadings with federal prosecutors, Loughlin and Giannulli did not plead guilty. Loughlin is seen in the middle while Giannulli walks behind her in Boston on August 27 right

Crumbling family? Loughlin allegedly paid $ 500,000 to fraudulently have her daughters admitted to the University of Southern California by claiming membership of the crew team. She is pictured with her daughters in 2017

Crumbling family? Loughlin allegedly paid $ 500,000 to fraudulently have her daughters admitted to the University of Southern California by claiming membership of the crew team. She is pictured with her daughters in 2017

Crumbling family? Loughlin allegedly paid $ 500,000 to fraudulently have her daughters admitted to the University of Southern California by claiming membership of the crew team. She is pictured with her daughters in 2017

& # 39; Huffman later made arrangements to continue the arrangement a second time, for her younger daughter, before deciding not to do this & # 39 ;, the documents said.

The indictment documents state that Huffman had the site where her daughter brought the SAT & # 39; s from her own high school to a testing center in West Hollywood.

That was to prevent a teacher who knew the girl, who had also applied and had been given a longer time to take the test, to be present.

The girl's test was then taken by a proctor flown in from Tampa and told the researchers that he & # 39; facilitated cheating, either by correcting the student's answers after the test or by actively assisting the student During the exam. & # 39;

That proctor, Mark Ridell, has also been charged.

In this case, Huffman's daughter scored a 1420, which was an improvement of 400 points over her PSAT results just a year earlier.

Shortly after the proctor was paid $ 40,000 by Key Worldwide Foundation, the same organization to which Huffman would later give a $ 15,000 gift, according to the documents.

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