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Talk about a desperate housewife!

Felicity Huffman, apparently tired of sitting at home and nursing her long-dead acting career, has put on her best I'm Sorry face and tried for a relaunch.

Here was Huffman, of Varsity Blues Scandal fame and former Hollywood C-lister, donning the cloak of 'white guilt' as she broke her four-year silence on the college bribery debacle, describing to ABC the moment of her arrest in 2019: '[The FBI] came into my home, they woke my daughters up at gunpoint - again, nothing new to the black and brown community - then they put my hands behind my back and handcuffed me.'

Reader, don't be fooled by the perfectly sculpted blow-dry, the freshly bleached hair, Felicity suffered during her 11-day imprisonment – and she wants us to know about it.

'I asked [the investigators] if I could get dressed. I thought it was a hoax,' she says as her no-makeup makeup glistens under the TV studio lights. 'I literally turned to one of the FBI people in a flak jacket and a gun and I go 'is this a joke?'

As to why on Earth she felt compelled to pay fraudster Rick Singer $15,000 in 2017 to fudge her daughter Sophia's SAT score and bolster her chances of admittance to America's top universities – well, the answer is simple:

Talk about a desperate housewife! Felicity Huffman, apparently tired of sitting at home and nursing her long-dead acting career, has put on her best I'm Sorry face and tried for a relaunch.

Talk about a desperate housewife! Felicity Huffman, apparently tired of sitting at home and nursing her long-dead acting career, has put on her best I'm Sorry face and tried for a relaunch.

Here was Huffman, of Varsity Blues Scandal fame and former Hollywood C-lister, donning the cloak of 'white guilt' as she broke her four-year silence on the college bribery debacle, describing to ABC the moment of her arrest in 2019: '[The FBI ] came into my home, they woke my daughters up at gunpoint - again, nothing new to the black and brown community - then they put my hands behind my back and handcuffed me.' (Pictured: Huffman and Sophia).

Here was Huffman, of Varsity Blues Scandal fame and former Hollywood C-lister, donning the cloak of 'white guilt' as she broke her four-year silence on the college bribery debacle, describing to ABC the moment of her arrest in 2019: '[The FBI ] came into my home, they woke my daughters up at gunpoint - again, nothing new to the black and brown community - then they put my hands behind my back and handcuffed me.' (Pictured: Huffman and Sophia).

Reader, don't be fooled by the perfectly sculpted blow-dry, the freshly bleached hair, Felicity suffered during her 11-day imprisonment – and she wants us to know about it. (Pictured: Huffman and her husband William H. Macy outside court in 2019).

Reader, don't be fooled by the perfectly sculpted blow-dry, the freshly bleached hair, Felicity suffered during her 11-day imprisonment – and she wants us to know about it. (Pictured: Huffman and her husband William H. Macy outside court in 2019).

'It felt like I had to give my daughter a chance at a future,' she explained to achingly sympathetic interviewer Marc Brown. 'And so it was sort of like my daughter's future, which meant I had to break the law.'

You see, Huffman – a millionaire multiple times over – felt trapped. She was simply unable to give her daughter the opportunities open to other Americans without a

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