Felicity Huffman Is ‘Very Emotional’ Ahead of Sentencing in College Admission Scandal

Felicity Huffman hopes to do the best before the college admissions scandal.

A source told ET on Friday that the 56-year-old actress is “preparing for the next sentence on Friday.” Although she is “very emotional,” she struggles to stay strong for her family.

According to sources, Hoffman and her husband, William H. Macy, “have a very strong relationship. Although they hope that this torture can support them, they fully understand and respect the legal process.” The source added that the couple They have fully trusted their legal team and kept a low profile, close to the family and spend time with their families.

According to court documents obtained on Friday Eastern Time, US prosecutors demanded that Hoffman be sentenced to one month in prison, followed by a 12-month surveillance release and a fine of $20,000.

According to the long-term indictment obtained in March, Hoffman allegedly paid $15,000 to help her and her husband’s eldest daughter by deceiving the State Administration of Taxation. Sophia, 19, entered an elite university. In May, Hoffman officially admitted in a large-scale college admissions scam that he was responsible for participating in large-scale college admissions scams. Her sentencing hearing is scheduled to take place on September 13.

At the same time, according to court documents, Hoffman asked the court to sentence her to a one-year probation, 250 hours of community service as a special condition for probation, and a fine of $20,000 required under the plea agreement.

Messi, Eva Longoria and more written letters support Hoffman’s request for a one-year probation to replace the month of imprisonment required by the prosecutor.

“I know I can always rely on Felicity,” Langley said in her letter, a letter filled with many examples of how Hoffman helped and became her good friend. “She always takes her heart as the guide and always puts others first.”

As early as July, Langlia also told the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that she had a lot of love and appreciation for her former co-star.

“I think she has a bigger heart than the sun, that is the kind of woman I know, that is the woman I choose to support and love,” Langlia shared. “She is humbled by what happened, and I think she did handle it as much as possible in this situation.”

Hoffman’s case and Lori Loughlin’s alleged involvement in college enrollment inspired Lifetime’s upcoming film The College Admissions Scandal.

Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, were accused of paying $500,000 in bribes to let their daughters stay at the University of Southern California and become recruits for the crew, even though they did not participate in the sport. They pleaded not guilty to all charges.