The Huffman Jokes Continue

Felicity Huffman starting her 14 day sentence is just the beginning of her fabulous days behind bars.

The Emmy winning actress officially checked into prison on Tuesday Oct. 15 to begin her 14-day sentence for her role in the college admissions scandal. But don’t feel too bad for Inmate 77806-112 — as RadarOnline.com can reveal her comfy prison home is more sunshine than Shawshank.

The Desperate Housewives star turned herself in at a federal prison in Dublin, California – 40 miles (65km) east of San Francisco – on Tuesday.

The Top of Line Prison Stay

Huffman has received so many jokes during her trial and now entering prison. Not to mention all the jokes made at the Emmys and now her “comfy prison life.”

Those worried about Huffman should know she’s spending her days in a the all-women’s low-security prison.

In one of California’s most expensive zip codes but also “cool ocean breezes, floor to ceiling windows without bars, private rooms with televisions and computers and acres of gardens,” according to the source.

Huffmans 14 Day Stay

Operation Varsity Blues really hit hard to a lot of A list people but their time and sentence hasn’t been nearly what your average citizen would encounter.

The luxury of doing their time in grade A prisons and short sentences with higher fines is not the solution to equality in the prison system.

Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli are among some 50 other parents who have been charged in the scandal. Unlike Huffman, they have not pleaded guilty.

The scandal is still unfolding while parents are still denying their involvement in the admissions scandal. There is so much to come and the story is still coming out involved this scandal.

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