Felicity Huffman's 'Desperate Housewives' Costar Slams 14-Day Jail Sentence

Felicity Huffman's co-star Ricardo Chavira chalks up her 2-week prison sentence to 'white privilege'

Felicity Huffman's Costar Ricardo Chavira Slams Sentence: 'White Privilege'

"White Privilege. And I saw eight years worth of it, so I know what I'm talking about", Chavira wrote.

'Accountability and Responsibility don't mean s*** to these people'.

Less than 10 minutes later, Chavira tweeted again, writing: "I saw Eight years worth of it working on Housewives".

Chavia, who starred with both Longoria and Huffman on all eight seasons of Desperate Housewives, took to Twitter on the same day a judge handed down her punishment, calling it a "slap on the wrist".

"But it's not about race". Exhausted of stupid people and their stupid arguments. The longer the case goes, let's say she goes through to trial, if it's after trial, I think certainly we'd be asking for something substantially higher. "Stay in your lane", he said. Huffman's work on the show earned her an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress, as well as a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress.

Huffman pleaded guilty in May to charges of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud for paying $15,000 to have her daughter's SAT scores fixed in 2017. She pursued a similar scheme for her other daughter but ultimately abandoned that pursuit.

From left to right: Actors Marcia Cross, Ricardo Antonio Chavira, and Felicity Huffman pose at a "Desperate Housewives" event in a 2005 file photograph.

Felicity Huffman released a statement after she was sentenced to 14 days in prison for her part in the college admissions case on Friday, September 13. "I have inflicted more damage than I could ever imagine".

Huffman had written a letter to the judge saying that she felt "a deep and abiding shame" for what she did.

U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling described Huffman as the "least culpable" of anyone who was involved in the college admissions scandal.

Andrew Lelling, U.S. Attorney for the District of MA, speaks during a news conference in Boston, on March 12, 2019.

She was among 30 parents charged with cheating the system.

Actresses Felicity Huffman, 56, and Lori Loughlin, 55, took powerful varied approaches after they were arrested in March for his or her allotment in Operation Varsity Blues. "I can't tell you exactly what that would be".

"At the end of the day, we thought the one month was proportional", he added of prosecutors' initial sentence recommendation for Huffman. In outcome, she's taking a contain a look at a magnificent stiffer penal complex sentence if stumbled on responsible. It's sad that a former costar would try to use her misery just to get himself back in the spotlight. "Without this sentence, I think the community around you would ask why you got away with this".

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