Felicity Huffman's youngest daughter reveals her university plans after the Varsity Blues scandal took her mother to prison


Less than two months later Desperate housewives Star Felicity Huffman spent 11 days in prison for her role in the admission scandal of Operation Varsity Blues College, her youngest daughter Georgia Macy has revealed her university plans. Huffman's 17-year-old daughter and Shameless Star William H. Macy updated her Instagram biography this week so her fans know she is part of the Vassar College 2024 class.

According to We weekly, Georgia also published the private liberal arts school logo on its Instagram story, but then deleted the image.

Entering Vassar is not an easy task, according to the school website. Their March 2019 statistics show that less than 25 percent of applications are accepted, with 8,961 students requesting admission to school and only 2,098 were admitted. The number of students in California is incredibly small, with only 277 coming from Golden State.

Huffman ended with a two-week prison sentence in October when he pleaded guilty to fraud charges after paying $ 15,000 to a fake charity, through college admissions consultant William "Rick,quot; Singer, to alter the scores. SAT from his eldest daughter Sophia so she could get admission to an elite university.

Before Huffman received his sentence, she wrote a letter to the judge and asked for clemency. He explained that he almost did the same for Georgia, but "he finally came back to himself and told Mr. Singer to stop the process."

Sophia Macy graduated from Los Angeles High School of the Arts in June, but has not revealed her university plans in the wake of her mother's scandal.

Before she served her prison sentence, Huffman said We weekly He broke the law and admitted that he was guilty of committing a crime. She said there were no excuses or justifications for her actions, and she apologized to her daughter, her husband and the rest of her family.

"And especially I want to apologize to students who work hard every day to enter college, and with their parents who make huge sacrifices to support their children," Huffman said.

One of Huffman's co-defendants, Fuller House Star Lori Loughlin has pleaded not guilty to charges of fraud and bribery after she allegedly threw $ 500,000 to take her two daughters to the University of Southern California as crew recruits, even though they didn't practice the sport.


Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli face decades of imprisonment if they are convicted.

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