William H Macy and Felicity Huffman were seen heading back to federal court on Friday, three days after the pair found themselves embroiled in Operation Varsity Blues.
Then Oscar-nominated couple were not accompanied by their attorney as they headed into the courthouse, three days after Huffman was indicted on a single charge of mail fraud in Operation Varsity Blues.
It seemed that the two were likely checking in on the conditions of Huffman's bond, with the court not showing any appearance for either, although there was a 10am hearing that was closed to the public.
Macy was not indicted in the college admission scheme, but he could still find himself in hot water with prosecutors since he was aware of the plan according to phone conversations detailed in the complaint.
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Linked: Felicity Huffman and her husband William H Macy (above) held hands as they walked into the federal courthouse in Los Angeles on Friday
Checking things out: The couple were not accompanied by their lawyer and appeared to be there to review Huffman's bail conditions or for a closed 10am hearing
A civil action: Macy has yet to be indicted in the case dubbed Operation Varsity Blues, but court documents allege he was aware of his wife's plot
Federal documents show that while Huffman worked alone to iron out the details when the couple's first daughter had her SAT changed by a proctor to improve her score, Macy was aware of the situation and the payment came from the couple's joint account.
He in turn took a more active role in organizing the younger daughter's fradulent SAT, agreeing to the money and a set place and time much like his wife had done one year prior with their other child.
In that case however, the couple's daughter achieved the results she had hoped for on her own and the mastermind behind the operation was informed that she would not be needing to submit a fraudulent score.
This does not mean Macy will not be charged down the line in the case.
That would explain why Macy was not