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The Last: Wendy Williams, 55, said Monday in her show that race played a huge role in the 14-day punishment of actress Felicity Huffman, 56, after her guilty plea in the university admission scandal

Wendy Williams says that if Felicity Huffman was black, she would have received 14 years instead of 14 days in the university admission scandal

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Wendy Williams says race has played a major role in sentencing actress Felicity Huffman after her guilty plea in the university admission scandal.

The New York City resident, 55, said on The Wendy Williams Show Monday that if the Desperate Housewives actress, 56, was black, her punishment would have been exponentially longer than the 14 days she was sentenced to Friday.

& # 39; If she was black, it would be 14, & # 39; Williams said, clarifying that she was sympathetic to Huffman – who pleaded guilty to the federal postal fraud conspiracy last May – and thinks she deserves a second chance.

The Last: Wendy Williams, 55, said Monday in her show that race played a huge role in the 14-day punishment of actress Felicity Huffman, 56, after her guilty plea in the university admission scandal

Difficult Times: Huffman was broken in Boston last week on his way to the federal court
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Difficult Times: Huffman was broken in Boston last week on his way to the federal court

The Last: Wendy Williams, 55, said Monday in her show that race played a huge role in the 14-day punishment of actress Felicity Huffman, 56, after her guilty plea in the university admission scandal

& # 39; Do I think she will ever work again? Yes – because she got it in the first place, & Williams said. & # 39; Second, she is half a power couple in Hollywood. And she is a nice woman. & # 39;

The presenter of the talk show said that Huffman & # 39; just did something that … many mothers would do if (they) had the means. & # 39;

In addition to the two weeks in custody, Huffman was sentenced to a year of controlled release, 250 community service hours, and a $ 30,000 fine.

Williams said that justice would have served better if the financial consequences would have been more serious: & I think she should have received millions of fines; hopefully the money she receives will be fined to help people who cannot afford better education. & # 39;

Understanding: The presenter of the talk show said that Huffman & # 39; just did something that ... many mothers would do if (they) had the resources & # 39;

Understanding: The presenter of the talk show said that Huffman & # 39; just did something that ... many mothers would do if (they) had the resources & # 39;

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Understanding: The presenter of the talk show said that Huffman & # 39; just did something that … many mothers would do if (they) had the resources & # 39;

Forward: the actress was & # 39; not disappointed or relieved about the & # 39; sense, an insider told People

Forward: the actress was & # 39; not disappointed or relieved about the & # 39; sense, an insider told People

Forward: the actress was & # 39; not disappointed or relieved about the & # 39; sense, an insider told People

Easier times: Huffman, husband William H. Macy and their daughters Georgia (L) and Sofia were broken earlier this year in the Golden Globes in LA

Easier times: Huffman, husband William H. Macy and their daughters Georgia (L) and Sofia were broken earlier this year in the Golden Globes in LA

Easier times: Huffman, husband William H. Macy and their daughters Georgia (L) and Sofia were broken earlier this year in the Golden Globes in LA

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Williams was much more critical of Full House actress Lori Loughlin, who was also accused in the scandal and did not plead guilty to her designer husband Mossimo Giannulli.

& # 39; She should go to jail all the way – the rich arrogance of it all – and I don't think she will ever work again, & # 39; she said about Loughlin, who is accused of having spent $ 500,000 in bribes on their daughters Isabella Rose, 21, and Olivia Jade, 19, recruited for the rowing team at the University of Southern California, despite the fact that none of both were rowers.

On Friday, Huffman told US district judge Indira Talwani in Boston that she felt she had betrayed her family – husband William H. Macy and daughters Sofia, 19, and Georgia, 17 – & # 39; for her role in the schedule, in which she paid $ 15,000 for a proctor to correct wrong answers to SAT & # 39; s from Sofia.

A source near the Oscar-nominated Transamerica actress told People On Friday, the actress was not disappointed or relieved about the & # 39; meaning, but rather & # 39; repentant and humble and accepts the outcome & # 39 ;.

The source went further: & # 39; Felicity knows she has a lot of work to do to heal her family and regain the trust of the public, her colleagues & friends. She hopes that the public will give her a second chance. & # 39;

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