Felicity Huffman pleading guilty to federal charges: ‘I am in full acceptance of my guilt’

Felicity Huffman to plead guilty in college admissions scandal: 'I am ashamed of the pain I have caused' **FILE PHOTOS**

Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin were both required to fly to Boston last week to present themselves in federal court. This wasn’t the kind of hearing where they had to announce how they were pleading, but they did have to listen to a formal recitation of the charges against them. I imagine it would be a sobering experience for nearly everyone, and Felicity seemed appropriately somber about the whole ordeal. Lori did not – she smiled and posed for paparazzi photos and fan photos and she signed autographs. Lori is the one in deeper sh-t, I’ve felt for a while now. But it looks like Felicity is the one taking some kind of deal – she’s pleading guilty to the crimes, and she’s released a statement about it:

“I am pleading guilty to the charge brought against me by the United States Attorney’s Office. I am in full acceptance of my guilt, and with deep regret and shame over what I have done, I accept full responsibility for my actions and will accept the consequences that stem from those actions.

“I am ashamed of the pain I have caused my daughter, my family, my friends, my colleagues and the educational community. I want to apologize to them and, especially, I want to apologize to the students who work hard every day to get into college, and to their parents who make tremendous sacrifices to support their children and do so honestly.

“My daughter knew absolutely nothing about my actions, and in my misguided and profoundly wrong way, I have betrayed her. This transgression toward her and the public I will carry for the rest of my life. My desire to help my daughter is no excuse to break the law or engage in dishonesty.”

[From People]

I feel like Felicity understood the seriousness of this situation from the beginning, when armed FBI agents raided her home early in the morning, before her husband and kids were even awake. That kind of thing is an eye-opener, as it’s meant to be.

Anyway, I initially thought that Felicity was pleading guilty and simply hoping that the federal prosecutor put in a good word with the judge. But according to TMZ, it is a plea deal and the judge will have the final say on what will happen with Felicity. Prosecutors are recommending a a prison term on “the low end of the sentencing guidelines,” meaning between 4 to 10 months. As I said, the judge will have the final say.

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  1. Darla says:

    Those who said she will never see the inside of a cell were wrong, I think.

    It’s Aunt Becky who may sit in there a lot longer. She is collecting a lot of ill will with her rancid behavior. I don’t know what she and her husband are thinking. Hoping for a Trumpster judge?

    • Of the Seraphs says:

      Am reading this morning that federal prosecutors offered Aunt Becky a 2-year prison sentence for a guilty plea or else risk more charges. 😯

      • Darla says:


      • Kittycat says:

        Wow indeed!

      • minx says:

        Whoa, they are not messing around. Just read that the additional charges could include money laundering.

      • jan90067 says:

        Aunt Becky has said she is not pleading guilty. Don’t know HOW she’s going to get around that one.

        Perhaps a CB lawyer can answer this: While they are asking for *some* prison time for all involved, will those with a lower end deal (4-10 mos), ever really see prison time, due to over crowding? Meaning, will they be processed, sit in a holding cell for a few hrs., and then walk? Or is it *real* time in a fed. charge?

      • Christina says:

        Good. She willneed to do at least 2 years to understand.

      • AANNNND they did. They just dropped some hard-ass money laundering charges against Miss becky and her MAGA husband that bump up their prison time. This just shows Felicity in a much better and smarter light. The feds clearly wanted plea deals including FULL renunciation and acceptance of guilt which is what she did. And whether her statement was written by a press agent of not, it was a very good statement that had no wavering. I have to admit to a great deal of schadenfreude in this case as I live in LA. My son got into a very good college entirely on his own this year and we KNOW these kinds of people. In fact, I used to teach parenting but stopped because of them. I only wish I could spread my dirt. lol. NDA’s are loooong reaching though so……

      • Hyacinth Bucket says:

        I’m not an expert but I’ve read that early release due to overcrowding doesn’t happen in federal prisons. They will serve the time they are sentenced for.

      • Goob says:

        LMAO. Aunt Becky is gonna maneuver herself into a lengthy jail sentence at this rate.

    • Erinn says:

      Probably. They’re vile.

      Honestly, at least Felicity has the common sense (and maybe it’s genuine) to show remorse for her actions. She’s embarrassed, she’s regretting it. Lori is parading around like it’s just another meet and greet, and honestly, it enrages me. I can’t imagine how angry I’d be if I had a kid that had been applying to schools at the same time. Not only that… but Lori spent half a freaking million on getting her kids in and then prances around enjoying the attention. I REALLY hope the judge is keeping that in mind and isn’t a fan of her ‘best work’ which ended in freaking 95′.

      • Gail says:

        Agree! Aunt Becky acts like she’s queen for a day, signing autographs at the courthouse and acting all put out that she’s actually caught here. I would have never expected that, and I find it enraging.

      • jan90067 says:

        Not only that, but her stupid, stupid, daughter is going around making statements saying how she’s sorry she ever went along with this! These are PUBLIC statements that can be used in court!

        Such an over-entitled, spoiled brat; another one born on third base, thinking she alone hit that triple that got her there.

      • Christina says:

        Erinn, my daughter was JUST rejectected from USC and UCLA this year. Luckily, she got into very good schools, received some scholarships, and she got into her first choice in Boston. But, yes, I am extremely angry. I appreciate Ms. Huffman’s statement and the statement of the attorney who plead guilty, too.

      • 90sgirl says:

        So basically some seem to be saying Felicity (who is a cheater and a scammer and theif (stealing a spot that a truly deserving kid could have had) should be rewarded because she wrote a remorseful letter?

        Nope, I don’t think so.

        What Felicity and Lori both better hope is that the judge doesn’t think of the days he or she worked their way through a College, law school , barely able to pay rent, struggling on noodles as they appear in front of him.

      • Carol says:

        I have a friend whose daughter is applying to many of the same schools and saw William and their older daughter at Unifieds (a centralized audition for the students to be seen by lots of musical theatre schools). She said the crazy thing is that for aspiring musical theatre majors (like Felicity’s older daughter), her first SAT score would have been fine.

        The apology was well written and is a good start. Her future actions will show whether she is truly remorseful, but in a world in which Roman Polanski is still celebrated, I won’t be too harsh on Felicity.

    • Heather says:

      Not necessarily wrong. You can be sentenced to a jail term, then have it suspended pending good behavior.

      • Christo says:

        Not for a federal crime. Only the judge would do that BEFORE the sentencing as was done with Manafort. It doesn’t get reduced for good behavior in jail AFTER sentencing —- unless there is some massive revision to sentencing guidelines years later as with the crack-cocaine revisions, which is unlikely to happen.. Lori and her husband will be very sorry.

      • holly hobby says:

        People almost always get a prison sentence in federal court. Sorry there is no overcrowding and there is not time served based on good behavior. However, the judge may take into consideration that she pled guilty and is remorseful so the sentence may be scaled down accordingly.

    • pria says:

      I’m thinking Aunt Becky better take those two years, it’s a big gamble to drag this out for another year, have a long jury trial and then go to jail for 7. Do a Guidice and get out in 15-18 mos. It’ll fly by.

      Felicity was always gonna be better off. She spent 15K, and got her kid’s test corrected. Still awful, but without a record, and in contrast with Loughlin who seems to be doing everything she shouldn’t – they might want to reward Felicity for doing the right thing…in the end.

      Another thing, not making excuses for Felicity, but sharing some info. She was on Finding Your Roots this season. She had a fcked up childhood. Seems her Dad wasn’t actual her bio dad. Her bio dad was the neighbor. Her dad (that raised her) knew that he wasn’t her bio dad, and the neighbor knew he was her bio dad. She was grown or near grown when she found out. It was NUTS.

      • AryasMum says:

        I think Felicity struggles with self-worth. I remember her profusely praising her husband after winning an award, and thanking him for marrying the fat girl in glasses.

      • Trashaddict says:

        “Do a Guidice” — that should absolutely go down in the lexicon.

      • Doodle says:

        I know you know this, but I still have to say it. I get that your childhood plays into your adulthood – for example, I was bullied by students AND school staff from kinder up to the end of high school, repeatedly being told things like I didn’t deserve friends etc – but at a certain point you need to take responsibility for your actions and not excuse them, yknow? I put myself into therapy to make sure my past doesn’t dictate my future. Being the fat kid doesn’t mean she gets a pass for cheating her kid’s way into college.

    • 90sgirl says:

      I have no sympathy for these entitled women who thought they could cheat deserving students out of their place at College. Felicity should get time , just as Lori should, at least a few months inside. Lori and Felicity stole places from deserving students ,whether the amount of money was thousands or hundreds of, they BOTH committed the same crime.
      She stole a spot from a well deserving student and cheated just as Lori did.
      Felicity was also going to do the same for her second daughter.

      They CHEATED deserving students of a place.

      So done with these phonies, they have been exposed for who they are. Big fakes.

      • minx says:

        I agree that Felicity is a cheater who should and will be punished. But when someone shows remorse I feel more sympathetic towards them. Aunt Becky is showing no remorse.

    • Mee says:

      A black woman in Ohio lied about her address to get her daughter into a better Elementary school and spent 10 MONTHS in prison for it. Soooo the rich white women better get at least that in jail time.

  2. tempest prognosticator says:

    It sounds like an earnest apology. She admits full responsibility for her actions and is prepared to accept the consequences.

    • Mia4s says:

      You don’t honestly believe she wrote a word of that do you?

      I believe she’s very sorry she got caught and I believe she’s sorry she humiliated her daughter (she wouldn’t have given a s**t if she’d gotten away with it), but this was written by top PR.

      • tempest prognosticator says:

        Mia, I’m sure this statement was written by her p.r. team, but she strikes me as someone who’d be involved in composing it. She seems to have control issues. It’s just refreshing to read a real apology/mea culpa.
        Now she should face the consequences.

      • jules says:

        Haha, no I don’t think she wrote it. She’s saying the right thing, and she appears more remorseful than Lori. But it’s spoon-fed.

      • Kitten says:

        Her PR people are good, no doubt, but I wouldn’t assume that she doesn’t genuinely feel ashamed and embarassed and terrible about the whole thing. That would be a natural and very human reaction. Most people aren’t Trump. Most of us are shamable.

      • 90sgirl says:

        Felicity was trying to do the same thing for the second daughter. I don’t get why some keep trying to excuse her.

        Her apology sounds like a PR person drafted and edited it.
        She’s only sorry she got caught. If she had not been caught it would have been business as usual a Fake persona, portraying herself as fighting for the downtrodden. These people are only sorry After they were caught.

      • huckle says:

        Her attorneys okayed that statement. I’m sure she hired a good PR firm too, but she can only say what she can say in her current situation.

      • Berthiec says:

        Still, even with the help of PR experts and lawyers, we’ve seen more than one non-apology apology. So, i’ll take this one, and her attitude in consideration. She cheated, would have done it again. Got caught, and was made realised how wrong she was, and in how many ways. For example, I doubt she had imagine how hurt her daughter would be.

      • Bosandi says:

        It doesn’t matter if she wrote the apology or not. She clearly hired the right people and is listening to their advice. We’ll probably never know her true feelings about it. All we can do is judge her statement and her actions. Both equal remorse right now.

      • 90sgirl says:

        Remorse does not mean she should not go to jail, the crime was still committed.

  3. LolaB says:

    But who’s going to host “Felicity Huffman’s Booty Academy: Los Angeles” while she’s in the pokey?

  4. phaedra says:

    It would be great if she felt that way. But I’m a cynic and suspect a newly hired crisis PR firm wrote every word. She probably never even read that statement before it was released. It’s a great move, though. If you just admit you’re wrong and apologize, people forgive, everntually. I’m surprised more celebs and politicians don’t understand this.

    • holly hobby says:

      I think both her attorney and she would have read and preapproved it before it was released. I doubt they release things without her reading it.

  5. hnmmom says:

    She’s getting good advice and listening to it. Lori Loughlin, on the other hand, is flagrantly enjoying the attention. I hope they throw the book at her.

    • minx says:

      Agree. Aunt Becky is writing the book on how NOT to behave.

    • Christina says:

      Yeah, Lori and her hubby are being gloriously indignant, a la Trump. They are rich, dumb Trumpees who appear to be surrounded by “yes” people, or they aren’t listening to their PR folks.

  6. Rapunzel says:

    If I was Lori Loughlin, I’d be scared right now.

    • Kittycat says:

      Lori is too busy signing autographs to care.

      • Of the Seraphs says:

        I guess we will see how she likes signing autographs from her prison cell because the feds are not playing around. She can’t be earning any goodwill with them.

  7. Shannon says:

    I have no clue if she means this or not, but Trump has my bar set pretty low and I appreciate even the sentiment and her plea. Lori can bite my ass. My son (who will graduate college in less than a month) and I were discussing this last night, and seriously, high five to all those kids making it without their parents shelling out cash.

  8. Amy says:

    She sounds contrite, so she hired a good PR firm. They all deserve to be punished but I’m honestly more offended by brazenly cheating on your SATs than by pretending your kids were recruited for a sport.

  9. aquarius64 says:

    The government’s case against Felicity must be rock solid in order for her to plead out. Lori is trying to PR her way into a hung jury or an acquittal and it may backfire.

    • minx says:

      Agree, and that is really, really stupid. They seem to have the goods on LL and her husband and I don’t see why a jury would cut them one bit of slack.

    • Original Jenns says:

      If it’s a federal case, it’s always rock solid. People don’t get indicted on federal crimes unless prosecutors believe they will be found guilty. (I work in state courts, but I know people in the federal biz and it is no joke when they go to trial) I have no sympathy for anyone in this situation, but Felicity is smart to plead and get it done with. Fed prison also does not do good behavior, you do your time. Aunt Becky’s lawyers must be as deluded as she, or they hate their client for ignoring their advice.

      • minx says:


      • Bosandi says:

        Double exactly.
        The Feds don’t prosecute on a maybe. They usually have an airtight case. We suspect Macy was involved too but the Feds didn’t have enough for a slam dunk on him.

        Lawyers are in the business to make money. Laulin’s attorneys know the deal but they are trying to squeeze her for every billable hour they can get by making her believe she can beat this thing.

      • Trashaddict says:

        Wow. I was skeptical. Then I looked it up and saw 93% conviction rate for 2012.

  10. Sash says:

    “and in my misguided and profoundly wrong way, I have betrayed her” this got me, that’s rough. Those family gatherings are going to be awkward.

    So Aunt Becky is going to give us the stupidity we deserve, right? Because I get the feeling she isn’t taking any of this seriously, she thinks she’s the victim.

    • Berthiec says:

      “I have betrayed her”
      This is what made me believe in her apologies. She realised that she didn’t just cheat the system.

      • Trashaddict says:

        Eh. That’s for the sympathy ploy and to deflect attention away from her daughter who either knew EXACTLY what she was doing, or (is it worse?) is BLINDINGLY stupid.

  11. Rapunzel says:

    I wonder if Felicity and Bill Macy are gonna survive this. Any thoughts?

    • Sash says:

      They’ll be fine.

    • Lorelei says:

      I wouldn’t be surprised if they’re not. Felicity totally took the fall for something they both did. I get why it happened this way but I would be pretty resentful— especially if it impacts her career over time and not his.

      • Sash says:

        Maybe I’m cynical, but I don’t see her career even being impacted. She’s beloved in the industry and broke the law because of ~love. Call me a cynic lol

    • 90sgirl says:

      I don’t think the marriage will survive . I give them two years to pretend all is well.

      I can see Felicity getting Lifetime movies or Harlequinn TV movies.

      She is not irreplaceable as an actress. I haven’t watched her in much since Housewives of ABC. Whatever,

    • Adrien says:

      If they serve time then they will be fine. Think Martha Stewart, Tyson, Mayweather, Guiduce. Honestly, I just want them to pay student loans of poor students for the rest of their lives.

    • CK says:

      They will. Most people aren’t CB commenters. Once they serve the time/sentence, all is clear. I’m not going to boycott either after this for the commission of a non-violent crime any more than I would stop watching Empire if Jussie isn’t written out.

  12. Reef says:

    I’m pretty sure in the 3-step scheme her oldest daughter had to go to a doctor and fake having a disability in front of a doctor to get extended time on her SAT/ACT. That’s the first and crucial step. I get why she’s lying for her kid, again, but come on.

    • Esmom says:

      If that’s true then count the doctor in. Diagnosis and documentation of a disability takes a lot more than one doctor’s visit. My son not only had to show a current, comprehensive eval from a licensed psychologist, his high school had to show that he had been receiving support and accommodations for years prior to the SAT and ACT.

      I guess what I’m saying it’s likely that more people were complicit in this. Sigh.

      • Reef says:

        What you’re describing is the correct way of doing things to get your kid extra time because that’s what we all believed to be true before this. But according to the indictment, you don’t really need much documentation and 1 visit is enough. Those requests are sent to different committees at ETS every time so if you’re denied once. Send it again and again until your request is accepted.

      • Anne Call says:

        Half the kids I knew, when my son was taking college entrance tests, were getting extra time. The more affluent the family, the more jockeying was done to give their little darlings every extra advantage.

    • adastraperaspera says:

      Yes, the statement (written by PR for sure, as many have said) is designed to keep her kid out of it. Sorry, but I’m pretty sure a kid who has never had a learning disability is in on why she now is saying she has one for the SAT-taking advantages. Sick that you would raise your kids to cheat in life like this. I don’t care if a lot of people do it. It errodes civil society. It cheapens higher education, which only really opened up to women in the past few decades.

  13. Tia says:

    I think Felicity will be OK. She’s a good actress and her image and her ability to get work doesn’t depend on her being seen as squeaky clean like Lori Loughlin who mainly worked for the Hallmark channel or on family friendly shows. Also, whether it’s genuine or not she is publicly reacting in an appropriate manner. She may spend some time in custody but it won’t be long enough for her to be forgotten. Throw in an appropriately apologetic tv interview with someone sympathetic, possibly with some post-release charity work aimed at women in custody / underprivileged teenagers who can’t afford to attend a good college and she will be fine.

    • 90sgirl says:

      I think both ladies have been exposed as phony.

      Once the public gets the sense you are a fraud, it’s sometimes hard to get them back even if a good actress.

      Felcity is not irreplaceable and neither is Lori

  14. Jo73c says:

    I’m not familiar with the legal details, but what’s the backlash for the colleges that accepted the bribes?

    • Brunswickstoval says:

      The colleges didn’t know about it. Bribes were paid to intermediaries to fake exam tests and entrance requirements. My understanding is the colleges didn’t know.

    • Mia4s says:

      Other than horrendous PR, the colleges are unlikely to face legal sanctions. They’ve already started firing all of the coaches and employees who took bribes.

      • AryasMum says:

        I understand the colleges can’t be held accountable for faked SAT scores, but surely they’re responsible for their own coaches and staff?

      • Mia4s says:

        Depends on what you mean by “responsible”. Criminally responsible is a high burden of proof. If they had no knowledge of the scam and did not knowingly assist? Their staff are on their own (and soooooooo fired).

        Civil liability is a more complicated question. Did their system facilitate this? Leave clear loopholes? A “negligence” argument, if you will. And of course if they kept any of the involved staff on rather than firing them they’d face insanely poor publicity. That’s another reason why they’re cleaning house…and fast!

    • Original Jenns says:

      I read some students want to actually sue one of the schools (Stanford? USC?) because of the damage it’s done to their scholastic reputation. As in, when people hear I went there, its no longer prestigious/who did I bribe to get in. Which I think is a waste of time, but I also think the schools deserve to face more backlash on their end, so, whatever.

      • lawyergal says:

        Stanford students, and it’s a class action against UCLA, USC, the University of San Diego, Stanford, University of Texas at Austin, Wake Forest University, Georgetown and Yale. I wonder if they are planning on going to law school – great experience – they should get class credit haha.

  15. BearcatLawyer says:

    Let’s not act like Felicity will be going to Alcatraz or Supermax. She will either serve her time on house arrest or at a Club Fed. Four to ten months is a federal misdemeanor sentence too. Without a felony record her life – especially her ability to travel overseas – will be largely unaffected.

  16. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    “That kind of thing is an eye-opener, as it’s meant to be.”

    This. I think the university nazi are sick and tired of this rancid, rampant behavior and decided to land on celebrities for a public show. This behavior is very common and it needs serious consequences. I’m glad to see Felicity’s reactions.

  17. Andrea says:

    It would be an error for any judge to mete a sentence based on whether or not she likes the offender. Felicity and Lori’s likability is irrelevant.

    • 90sgirl says:

      Preach! Truth.

      I don’t get people trying to excuse one woman because they like her.
      Both cheated , both were involved in scams and stealing spots from a deserved student.

      • LadyT says:

        I am not excusing anyone. I just prefer a mea culpa stance to an arrogant attitude when a crime has been committed. It doesn’t excuse anything but it’s a step in the right direction to at least acknowledge they were in the wrong.

    • whatWHAT? says:

      but their behavior IS relevant.

      judges DO like it when a defendant is remorseful, contrite, and acknowledges the seriousness of their crime.. Huffman is, at least, pretending to be/do those things.

      Aunt Becky?…not so much. she’s defiant, UN-remorseful, and was signing autographs outside her court date. she’s not taking this seriously and is acting like it’s an inconvenience for her and that she’s the victim.

      prosecutors and judges take these things into consideration.

      • Kitten says:

        Exactly this. The reality is that judges DO care. It’s why lawyers typically coach their clients on how to behave inside and outside of the courtroom.

      • lucy2 says:

        This. Showing remorse and taking responsibility should count for something, especially when the alternative is Aunt Becky acting like the courthouse is her red carpet event.

        Also, while all involved committed crimes and cheated, the dollar amount of Felicity’s was much less, I wonder if that will affect anything too.

        She pulled some real shady sh!t with all this though, so I don’t feel sympathy.

    • WTF says:

      Agreed. But remorse can certainly be considered.

    • LadyT says:

      Likability is irrelevant, true, but admitting guilt and remorse vs figuratively flipping the bird at the court is most definitely relevant.

  18. FHMom says:

    Felicity paid to have her daughter fake a disability so that she could take the SATs in a different site, and then have the wrong answers corrected. She considered but decided against doing that for her younger daughter. Maybe she does realize it’s wrong? In any case, I don’t believe that the daughter didn’t know what was going on, since it requires doctor evaluations. I’m sure that most of us would do jail time for this. It will be interesting to see how it plays out. Aunt Becky is in denial mode. She should take the plea.

  19. Other Renee says:

    I was just at a function with a federal prosecutor who said none of these are likely to go to prison.

    I also feel like Felicity is playing a part, that of the remorseful mother. She’s an ACTRESS after all.

  20. Renee says:

    Whether she wrote the statement herself or someone on her team did, it does speak to remorse & humility. It is a smart statement to make & will garner her more good will than say Loughlin who acts like she’s accepting an award outside the courthouse.

    I believe Loughlin & her husband are still in complete denial & have made themselves the victims in their minds. I hope Loughlin has a hard fall from all of this as her attitude shows she needs it.

  21. Michelle says:

    Did anyone else notice in her speech she states that her ‘daughter knew absolutely nothing of her actions…’, but it didn’t say anything about whether her husband knew of them or not. It looks like he was not involved but still, she kept him out of it. I wonder if that was orchestrated by the PR firm or him.

  22. nettie says:

    Let me get my head around this. She is going to prison and Jussie gets off without prison time? Yikes, it sucks to be a woman, even a rich entitled one.
    It reminds me of when Martha got jail time and all those wealthy bankers walked away with a slap on the wrist.

  23. JRenee says:

    I’m not sure how I’d feel but if they had the goods on me, why would I want to include my husband so both parents would be in jail?
    Also, she didn’t do this a 2nd time because?? Asking if the charges prevented her from doing for 2nd daughter or if perhaps her concious prevented doing a 2nd time?

    Aunt Becky has the money and means to hop a private plane and never return.
    Not sure if she’s really obtuse or is receiving poor counsel. All indications look like they want her to do jail time.

    This is very serious and probably a mere tip of the iceberg of all the fraud with testing, admissions, grades etc.

    Non wealthy people have so many decks stacked against them..

  24. Case says:

    This was an excellently written apology in which she takes full responsibility and acknowledges how much this hurt her daughter. What she did was horribly wrong, but I do give her kudos for showing genuine remorse, unlike Lori.

    • Trashaddict says:

      I would let them off on one condition: they have to pay the 4-year tuition for whomever takes their daughters’ spots at university. Eh, let’s add in that their daughters have to attend community college, work a 20-30hour a week job, and live on a broke first year college student budget. Hmm. I feel a reality show coming on….

  25. endlesscircles says:

    Who is Felicity holding hands with in these photos?

  26. Pix says:

    How many days did Brock Turner spend in jail? She should serve less time than him. Yes, different crimes and jurisdictions but come on.

  27. Nikki says:

    Actresses can still have real feelings. She’s been publicly outed as a cheat and a liar, and her daughter is now at the center of a disastrous story across the nation. No mother wants to cause her kid a massive humiliation like this. I’m pretty sure Felicity is truly sorry now!

  28. Fluffy says:

    I’m sorry but I just cant believe the Justice department is wasting time and resources on this when the biggliest liar con man traitor and criminal is sitting his ample yet uncelebrated ass in the White House. Do something that really matters to the country. And not to say I endorse what these entitled women did, but I do remember that George H. W. Bush donated a library to a very distinguished East coast university in order to get dubya enrolled in the same university. How is this any different?

    • holly hobby says:

      They work on more than one case. They don’t focus on just one. Plus Boston is the incorrect venue to pursue what is happening in DC. There are over 90 USAs serving the US across the states. This is totally an incorrect assumption.