Felicity Huffman Released On $250,000 Bond In College Admissions Scandal


Actress Felicity Huffman appeared emotionally drained as she was photographed leaving a Downtown Los Angeles courthouse late Tuesday flanked by officers. Huffman wore a navy zip-up sweatshirt, dark pants, matching slide-on sneakers, and glasses, while she kept her hair pulled into a ponytail.


Her release came more than 12 hours after armed FBI agents arrived at her Los Angles home to execute a warrant for her arrest.


The star, 56, was freed on a $250,000 bond,  according to the Associated Press. She was also ordered to hand over her passport.


Her next preliminary hearing is scheduled for March 29 at a Boston court, Deadline reported.


Earlier on Tuesday, Huffman was charged by federal prosecutors with conspiracy  to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud.

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