Felicity Huffman released from prison early after college admissions scam sentence
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“Desperate Housewives” star Felicity Huffman, who was given a 14-day sentence last month for her role in the college admissions cheating scandal, has been released prison two days early, the California Board of Prisons confirmed to CBS News on Friday. The board said Huffman was “released from the custody of the BOP on October 25, 2019.”

Huffman was given credit for the full day she spent in jail on March 12, cutting the amount of time she needed to serve to 13 days. Her release date had been set for Sunday, but she was set free under a provision that can allow inmates to be set free on the last preceding weekday before their release date.

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