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Meghan McCain said Huffman and husband Willam H. Macy were “the poster children for everything people hate about white privilege."
The actor appeared to address the prison sentence his "Full House" costar could face for the college admissions scandal.
The couple's law firm recently represented the University of Southern California, which prosecutors argued could create a conflict of interest.
The Netflix release of "Otherhood" was delayed after the actress pleaded guilty for her involvement in the college bribery scheme.
The actor said "Fuller House" hasn't figured out how to deal with his co-star's absence due to her alleged involvement in the college bribery scandal.
John Vandemoer was sentenced to just one day in prison, but the judge dismissed it as already served.
Court documents indicate that USC may sue the actress and husband Mossimo Giannulli in connection with the college admissions scandal.
Prosecutors say Steven Masera, 69, helped launder bribe payments in a scandal that has entangled Lori Loughlin and other famous parents.
Stephen Semprevivo pleaded guilty Tuesday in Boston federal court.
The reality star told CNN she wouldn't have taken part in the college admissions scam that resulted in charges against Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.
The school’s sailing program got more than half a million dollars in donations from a foundation involved in the college admissions scandal.
The comedian also had a message for President Donald Trump at Variety's Power of Women event.
"Are you surprised that rich parents are bribing their rich kiddies into top schools? Shocked, even? Don't be."
Hollywood actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin appeared in court in Boston along with some of the other defendants.
The "Fuller House" actress appeared on "Today" with costar Jodie Sweetin amid the college admissions fallout.
Saget told TMZ that he's "on the team of people" he loves and that "life's complicated."
The proud mother of Aoki Lee Simmons also threw direct shade at Lori Loughlin over the college admissions scandal.
“They stand by their side no matter how tough it gets,” Candace Cameron Bure emphasized at the Kids' Choice Awards.
“If I can give them a leg up, I absolutely would," he said of helping his daughters get into acting.
The actress allegedly paid $500,000 to bribe college officials on behalf of her daughters.