She’s definitely not going to be roughing it like most felons!
The Federal Correctional Institution, Dublin (FCI Dublin), where convicted felon Felicity Huffman asked to serve her 14-day prison sentence, is so cushy it’s dubbed amongst the locals as “Chateau Dublin,” according to a source.
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“The community came up with it because it’s more like a luxury retreat than a prison. Also, they came up with a moniker so they didn’t have to refer to it as a prison,” the insider told RadarOnline.com exclusively.
It was even referred to as “Club Fed” in 1998 and in 2009 Forbes named it one of America’s “10 Cushiest Prisons.”
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Huffman’s attorney Martin Murphy asked Judge Indira Talwani to make the recommendation for Huffman to spend her sentence in FCI Dublin.
“It’s the closest to Ms. Huffman’s residence,” Murphy said in court. The final decision will be made by the Bureau of Prisons.
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It’s located in the tony San Francisco suburb of Dublin, CA and surrounded by million-dollar homes.
The all-women’s low-security prison not only has one of California’s most expensive zip codes but also “cool ocean breezes, floor to ceiling windows without bars, private rooms with televisions and computers, and acres of gardens.”
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“There’s a grand gated entrance with understated security and hidden cameras replace barbed wired fences,” the source explained about the prison where Huffman asked to be assigned.
“Past the gates you’ll find high-tech private bungalows for the inmates with the most advanced technology such as solar panels and motorized shutters.”
With only 14-days to serve after she pleaded guilty in the college admission scandal, Huffman would hardly have her freedom truly taken away.
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“Prisoners are free to roam the grounds and saunter into the lobby which includes a library stocked with classics and a grand piano,” the source said.
“Inmates would be …
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