"Desperate Housewives" actress Felicity Huffman has faced months of legal trouble due to her participation in the ongoing college admissions scam. After admitting that she had paid Rick Singer $15,000 so that her daughter's test scores would be changed, she was sentenced to 14 days in prison, along with 250 hours of subsequent community service. After being released early, she began fulfilling her court-ordered requirements

Now, Huffman's youngest daughter is heading off to college. 

Georgia Macy, 17, recently updated her Instagram account to reveal that she is heading to Vassar College and is planning on graduating in 2024. Additionally, TMZ reports that she added a logo for the school to her Instagram story. This decision is quite different than the path taken by her older sister, Sophia Macy. Since having her SAT score positively adjusted, she has not made any announcements that she is planning to enroll at any university. 

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Earlier this year, prosecutors stated that Huffman had made similar arrangements for Georgia, but had not followed through. During her September sentencing, the "Transamerica" star stated that neither daughter knew of the admissions scam, reports Page Six.

This is in stark contrast to the way in which Lori Loughlin and her daughter Olivia Jade have handled their involvement in the ongoing admissions scam. Both Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, have been accused of paying Singer $500,000 so that their daughters Olivia Jade and Isabella Rose could attend the University of Southern California (USC).

After her parents' alleged involvement in the scandal, Olivia Jade recently returned to YouTube in a new video titled "hi again." In the short clip, she reassured her fans that she was not abandoning the streaming platform. On Monday, she took to Twitter to announce that a new video, in fact, is coming in the near future. The decision to promote her upcoming video created some backlash for the influencer.

Both Loughlin and Giannulli have pleaded not guilty to all charges. However, it has been reported that Loughlin could receive a shorter sentence if she pleaded guilty, but she not done so thus far.

As for what's next for Huffman, reputation and management expert Eric Schiffer speculated that he believes her career will recover. Additionally, reports have surfaced that networks are scrambling to secure her first post-prison interview, but at this time she has not publicly spoken about her time behind bars.

Felicity Huffman Actress Felicity Huffman, shown leaving Boston's federal courthouse on Sept. 13, 2019 escorted by her husband William H. Macy, pleaded guilty to paying $15,000 to boost her daughter's SAT college entrance exam score. Photo: AFP/Joseph Prezioso