Following the guilty plea by actress Felicity Huffman in the college entrance exam cheating scandal, her upcoming Netflix show has been pulled from release on the streaming platform, the Associated Press reported. The comedy, “Otherhood” was slated for its debut on April 26.

Huffman released a statement about her involvement in the college cheating scandal on Monday, saying in part that she was “ashamed of the pain I have caused my daughter, my family, my friends, my colleagues and the educational community.”

“Otherhood” was a Netflix comedy about overbearing mothers and their sons that also starred Angela Basset and Patricia Arquette. No other release date was given for the film.

While Netflix made the decision to pull the film, it has released trailers for another film that features Huffman - “When They See Us.” In the film, Huffman plays former prosecutor Linda Fairstein, who helped to prosecute the men involved in the 1989 Central Park rape. Ava DuVernay directed the Netflix film.

Huffman was charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud for paying $15,000, disguised as donation, to allow her daughter an unlimited amount of time to take her SAT test.