Felicity Huffman is ‘making amends’ to her family for college scandal

Felicity Huffman is ‘committed to making amends’ to her family for her involvement in the college admissions scandal… ahead of Friday sentencing

She is paying the price for her involvement in a scandal that shocked the nation.

And Felicity Huffman is ‘committed to making amends’ after it was revealed she participated in the Operation Varsity Blues college admissions calamity which was revealed earlier this year.

Sources told People magazine that the 56-year-old actress is ‘ready to face her fate’ and is scheduled to be sentenced on Friday for her participation in the massive crime.

Tough: Felicity Huffman is ‘committed to making amends’ after it was revealed she participated in the Operation Varsity Blues college admissions calamity which was revealed earlier this year; seen in May

‘She is willing to pay whatever price she has to pay for breaking the law,’ an insider said. ‘She is committed to making amends to the public and to the educational community and giving back in a substantive way.’

Huffman pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud after it was revealed she paid admissions consultant Rick Singer $15,000 to forge her daughter Sophia’s SAT answers post test. 

Prosecutors recommended that Felicity faced one month in prison in addition to a 12-month supervised release and $20,000 fine.

Difficult: Huffman pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud after it was revealed she paid admissions consultant Rick Singer $15,000 to forge her daughter Sophia’s SAT answers post test; seen in April

The former Desperate Housewives star asked through her attorney for one year of probation and community service. 

Huffman pleaded with a judge through an emotional letter that it was ‘desperation to be a good mother’ that led her to pay for her daughter’s SAT scores.

She also wrote that she’ll feel ‘utter shame’ for the rest of her life.

‘I talked myself into believing that all I was doing was giving my daughter a fair shot,’ she wrote. 

Sad: Huffman pleaded with a judge through an emotional letter that it was ‘desperation to be a good mother’ that led her to pay for her daughter’s SAT scores; seen with husband William H. Macy and daughters Sophia and Georgia in 2014

Felicity revealed that her older daughter was diagnosed with learning disabilities at a young age and she paid for the numbers to help her out.

Despite the imminent future, Huffman is trying to put the shame behind her so she can look toward healing.

‘She is focused right now on repairing her relationships within her family and helping put their lives back together,’ a source said. ‘As a mother and wife, she wants to do everything she can to heal her family.’ 

Struggle: Despite the imminent future, Huffman is trying to put the shame behind her so she can look toward healing

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