Alec Baldwin has chimed in on the college admissions scandal, saying the parents who took part in an illegal scheme where they bribed officials to get their children admitted to university should not serve jail time. ‘I don’t think anyone involved in the college fraud cases should go to prison. That includes past cases as well. Community service, fines, yes. But prison time, no. My heart goes out to Felicity, Bill Macy and their family,’ the actor said in a tweet Wednesday. This comes on the same day that actress Felicity Huffman officially started her 14-day federal prison sentence at ‘Club Fed’ for her role in the bribery scandal. Alec Baldwin weighed in on the college admissions scandal in a tweet Wednesday saying those found guilty should not serve jail time ‘Community service, fines, yes. But prison time, no,’ he wrote, adding that his ‘heart goes out to’ Felicity Huffman and William H Macy Huffman, 56, surrendered to authorities on Tuesday at the Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California. She’s pictured with husband William H Macy leaving Boston court Baldwin was immediately hit with backlash as Twitter users claimed his take on the matter was skewed by his own wealth and… Read full this story
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