Three days after Felicity Huffman was arrested and launched on bond for her alleged involvement in a school admissions scandal, the “Determined Housewives” alum was seen returning to a federal courthouse in Los Angeles.
The 56-year-old actress — wearing denims paired with a black long-sleeved high and glasses — was photographed strolling subsequent to her husband, William H. Macy, on Friday. It is unclear as to why Huffman wanted to return to courtroom.
In a video obtained by Hollywood Pipeline, the couple was noticed holding arms as they made their manner down a sidewalk. When requested if that they had a remark, the “Shameless” star, 69, merely responded: “No remark.”
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Huffman, extensively recognized for her position on the ABC sequence, was implicated in the huge school admissions dishonest scandal together with different rich and well-known dad and mom who allegedly paid thousands and thousands to have their kids positioned in elite universities.
She is accused of paying $15,000 disguised as a charitable donation so her daughter might participate in an apparently rigged school entrance-exam. Courtroom paperwork said cooperating witness met with Huffman and Macy at their Los Angeles dwelling and defined to them that he “managed” a testing middle and will have somebody secretly alter her daughter’s solutions. The individual informed investigators the couple agreed to the plan.
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The star was arrested on Tuesday earlier than being launched on $250,000 bond. Macy has not been charged.
Greater than 4 dozen individuals have been charged within the nationwide rip-off, which is alleged to have positioned college students in top-tier colleges like Yale, Georgetown, Stanford, the College of Southern California, UCLA and the College of Texas. A federal investigation into the matter – dubbed “Operation Varsity Blues” – has been ongoing for greater than a 12 months.
Fox Information’ Kathleen Joyce and The Related Press contributed to this report.