Felicity Huffman was arrested for conspiracy to commit mail fraud for her involvement in a college admissions scam. RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusive details on the Desperate Housewives star allegedly paying off a proctor $15,000 to take the SAT for her older daughter.
According to the court papers, Huffman, 56, and her spouse William H. Macy, who has not been charged, made a charitable contribution of $15,000 to [Key Worldwide Foundation] to “participate in the college entrance exam cheating scheme on behalf of her oldest daughter. Huffman later made arrangements to pursue the scheme a second time, for her younger daughter, before deciding not to do so.”
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Prior to the December 2017 SAT, cooperative witness one [CW-1] allegedly met with Huffman and her spouse in their home and explained how the scheme works.
“He advised Huffman and her spouse that he ‘controlled’ a testing center, and could arrange for a third party to purport to proctor their daughter’s SAT and secretly correct her answers afterwards,” the court papers alleged. “CW-1 has advised investigators that Huffman and her spouse agreed to the plan.”
In the summer of 2017, Huffman and CW-1 allegedly exchanged emails on how to obtain 100 percent extra time on the SAT for her daughters.
When her daughter received a letter from the College Board advising that she was approved for 100 percent extended time, she forwarded the email and wrote, “Hurray! She got it.”
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CW-1 allegedly responded in an email, “Now you will register [your daughter] for the December 3rd SAT… [Our high school] is the test center. I will proctor test on Dec 4th and 5th and that’s the process in nutshell.”
She allegedly replied, “Ruh Ro! Looks like [my daughter’s high school] wants to provide own proctor.” CW-1 responded, “We will speak about it.”
Her testing center was eventually switched to one in West Hollywood.
A second cooperating witness [CW-2] flew from Tampa to Los Angeles. CW-2 advised investigators that he “facilitated cheating, either by correcting the student’s answers after the test or by actively assisting the student during the exam.”
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CW-2 allegedly proctored the exam.
She received a score of 1420 on her SAT, 400 points over her PSAT.
KWF allegedly paid the proctor $40,000 for administering the SAT exam …
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