Huffman has two daughters with husband William H. Macy including Sofia, who is 18, and 16-year old Georgia.
She and her husband Mossimo Giannulli are facing charges for paying $500,000 in bribes so that their daughters would be recruits on the University of Southern California crew team. Because of this, she and her husband have been charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud.
The juicy tidbits and details surrounding the arrests and charges of the women have garnered an array of colorful commentary, with most people poking fun at all the trouble the actresses went through.
"They are really great people", she said.More news: 10 things you need to know about Safety Jabrill Peppers
Full House Season 6 Episode 15, "Be True to Your Pre-School", does share some similar qualities with the college admissions scandal. It's a serious matter, but it's still undeniably amusing that the woman who played "Aunt Becky" on one of the most popular sitcoms of the '90s is implicated. "You should totally admit them"'.
The Los Angeles Times reminded us that in an old episode of the series, the couple dealt with being less than truthful during an application process to get their twin sons Nicky and Alex into pre-school.
Don't worry, Aunt Becky.
'Felicity huffman & these parents be like "let my daughter into your college; she's a superstar soccer player,"' mocked a different user.More news: Patriots, Jason McCourty Agree To Two-Year Deal
Giannulli, who appeared in court Tuesday afternoon, was released on a $1 million bond and had to surrender his passport, restricting his travel to the continental U.S. The judge did mention the fashion designer's "wife" as his co-defendant and noted that he would allow her to travel only to Canada to continue working.
On the show, DJ has a bad dream about taking the SAT and Uncle Jesse not only takes a peek at the test answers, he also tries to sneak a cellphone into the testing room so DJ could cheat. She, along with over 40 other people, were indicted in a supposed college admissions cheating scandal.
The bracket included actresses like Reese Witherspoon, Sarah Paulson and Cate Blanchet and was aimed to poke fun at how often these types of events are turned into movies.More news: Mercedes look to burst Ferrari's bubble in Melbourne