Macy ‘Arguing A Lot’ Amid College Cheating Scandal!


Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman may not be joining the Real Housewives franchise but when it comes to drama, they've got plenty.

"That to me is so sad, because I feel, (as) an outsider, that it says a little bit, "I don't have enough faith in you", Roberts replied.

Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman have hired big-name law firms to represent them in the U.S. college admissions cheating scandal...

Per legal documents, Huffman and Macy "made a purported charitable contribution of $15, participate in the college entrance exam cheating scheme on behalf of her eldest daughter". Just this past week Huffman was arrested without incident and appeared in court on charges of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud in connection with the scandal.

Since the scandal broke, both actresses have deleted their social media accounts and Huffman has hired a crisis PR firm to manage the deluge of bad press. And that to me is disgraceful.

"He was doing his best to help his kids get into college but now is regretting ever getting involved in this mess", the insider tells, adding that William is "working hard with his team of lawyers and doing everything he can" to help Felicity stay out of prison. But I think that's the unique part of it, coming from the childhood that I have. "It's troublesome. It can change the life path of a child who is deserving".

Felicity Huffman & Lori Loughlin are under fire yet again, this time by an angry mob of one.

Meanwhile, Felicity's read, "The only thing I'm desperate for is a top-notch education", which gave a nod to her role as Lynette Scavo on Desperate Housewives. The longtime couple share 14-year-old twins Hazel and Phinnaeus and 11-year-old son Henry.

I was briefly reminded of my own high school experiences. Sources close to the Fuller House star said that "her heart was in the right place".

"One can help your children in this business, and the nepotism works, and I have no problems with it", Macy said, predicated on the idea that his daughters would go into acting.