Georgia Macy, 17, recently updated her Instagram account to say she’ll be heading to Vassar College — just a couple of months after her mom was released from prison for her role in the massive college admissions scandal.
The former “Desperate Housewives” star spent 11 days behind bars for paying a $15,000 bribe to boost the SAT scores of her older daughter, 19-year-old Sophia Macy.
Prosecutors said she made similar arrangements for Georgia, but didn’t follow through.
During her sentencing in September, Huffman, 56, apologized to the court and her family. She said her daughters knew nothing of the scheme.
Sophia graduated from the Los Angeles High School of the Arts in June, but her post-high school plans aren’t clear.
Her father said in a letter to the judge in Huffman’s case that Sophia, an aspiring actress, had been given a shot to audition at a school that “ironically doesn’t require SAT scores” — but that the offer was rescinded amid the scandal.
“She called us from the airport in hysterics, begging us to ‘do something, please, please do something,’” Macy said. “From the devastation of that day, Sophia is slowly regaining her equilibrium and getting on with her life.”
It seems her sister will be heading to Poughkeepsie as part of Vassar’s class of 2024.
On top of updating her profile, Georgia posted a story on her Instagram with Vassar’s logo, according to TMZ.
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