Felicity Huffman Faced "Harsh" Conditions In Jail And Now Wants To Help Female Inmates After Her Imprisonment, According To Reports

Date November 21, 2019 15:57

Felicity Huffman spent 11 days out of 14 in prison after charges with fraud in a nationwide college admissions scandal. Dut to her guilty plea, she had to spend little time in the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California.

Felicity Huffman was set free days before her initial release date per a policy that allows inmates to be released earlier if the release date falls on a weekend or a legal holiday.

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Felicity Huffman is about to help female inmates. According to Page Six' exclusive report, the Desperate Housewives' star was moved by the "harsh" conditions during her imprisonment in CA that she currently wants to work with incarcerated female inmates as part of her community service program.

A source close to the family told Page Six:

Her experience is that these women are left behind. They're abandoned. There's no support for them either in the institution or when they leave the institution, and that broke her heart.

A spokesperson for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Scott Taylor, reported to Page Six that the facility can provide such programs as the Release Preparation Program, which includes classes in "résumé writing, job search, and job retention."

He also added that certain inmates are placed in halfway houses before release to "help them adjust to life in the community and find employment."

People had mixed reactions regarding the news

Do you think it is a good idea for Felicity Huffman to earn the respect and trust of the public in such a way once again? We assume it may help her even to strengthen her mindset.

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