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The “Desperate Housewives” star will serve 14 days in federal prison in Northern California for her role in "Operation Varsity Blues."
The former "Desperate Housewives" star is set to report to prison on Oct. 25.
Longoria spills the tea on some behind-the-scenes drama while defending Huffman’s character.
The "Desperate Housewives" star and husband William H. Macy are breaking their long-standing silence on their role in the sweeping admissions scandal.
The actress said that it took her a while for her to say “anus,” but “you just have to get used to it.”
The "Desperate Housewives" star and 12 other parents, as well as one college coach, agreed to plead guilty to "using bribery and other forms of fraud."
The "Desperate Housewives" star wants to end shame around the disease.
The actress is "extremely disturbed" by her "Desperate Housewives" co-star's alleged crimes.
On the show, Lynette Scavo paid $15,000 to get her sons into a private school. Huffman allegedly paid the same amount for her daughter to have better SAT scores.
College students are reacting to “Operation Varsity Blues,” an FBI investigation of an elite college admissions scandal.