Felicity Huffman spotted in green prison jumpsuit in first photos since sentencing
Khaki green is the new orange for Felicity Huffman — at least until she’s sprung a week from Sunday.
These exclusive first prison photos show the previously glamorous former “Desperate Housewives” star in drab captivity on Saturday at the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, Calif.
She’s serving out a 14-day sentence for her role in the national college admissions scandal.
Huffman pleaded guilty in May to paying admissions-fixing mastermind Rick Singer $15,000 to hike the SAT scores of Sophia Grace, her daughter with actor husband William H. Macy.
In the snaps, Huffman, 56, wears sneakers and a prison-issue blouse and pants, with her hair bundled under a plain white baseball cap, as she walks between buildings on family visiting day.
Her blouse bears a white tag marked with her name and inmate number, 77806-112.
She’s wearing prescription glasses and what may be a watch or monitoring bracelet on her right wrist — and a care-worn expression.
Macy, her husband of 22 years, came to visit Saturday with the couple’s younger daughter, Georgia, 17.
Huffman is one of some 1,230 inmates at the all-female, minimum security facility in northern California, located east of San Francisco. It’s the closest minimum security jail to the family’s Los Angeles home.
Huffman is a short-timer at the lockup, where the average stay is five years. She reported to the facility on Oct. 15, and is set to be released on Oct. 27.
Notable previous inmates there include “Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleis (who served 20 months ending in 1998) and publishing heiress-turned-terrorist Patricia Hearst (who served 21 months until President Jimmy Carter commuted her seven-year sentence in 1979.)
Huffman and actress Lori Loughlin are the most high-profile parents ensnared in the admissions scandal.
Loughlin, 55, and her fashion-designer hubby, Mossimo Giannulli, have pleaded not guilty to charges they forked over $500,000 to bribe their two daughters’ way into the University of Southern California as bogus rowing recruits. Their trials are expected to begin in 2020.
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