Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin Delete their Socials...a Little Too Late

Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin clearly don’t realize how easy and fast it is to find a person’s history online. Even though they both deleted their social media accountsthe wake of their involvement in the college admissions scam, people were still able to dig deep into the ladies’ past. 

For instance, Huffman used to run “What the Flicka.” The now-defunct site was where the “Desperate Housewives” star offered advice on parenting, food, pregnancy, and relationships. 

And Lori – who’s accused of paying $500-thousand to get her two daughters into the University of Southern California – had a gem of a tweetfrom last February. She said, “There are more important things than money. Like doing the right thing. Words to live by.” She was talking about “When Calls the Heart,” the Hallmark Channel show that she’s not a part of anymore. 

·Meanwhile, William H. Macy – husband of Felicity who wasn’t charged in the incident – recently did an interview where he talked about liars. He told the good people of Men’s Journallast month that the best advice he’d ever received was, “Never lie. It’s the cheapest way to go. Lies cost you a lot, and they’re never worth what they cost.” He took a step further when he was asked, which human quality he most despised. “Dishonesty. Self-delusion. Lack of character,” he said, citing President Trump as a prime example of the qualities he hated. On the flipside, he cited his wife as the person he admired most. He said, “I married very, very well. It’s great fun for me to watch Felicity. I love the way she mothers our daughters.” 

·ONE MORE THING! Joely Fisher, Felicity’s “Desperate Housewives” co-star, says she’s conflicted on how to feel about the scandal. In case you missed it, she commented on the situation in a now-deleted Instagram post on Thursday. She said that her husband asked her if she would’ve been willing to do anything to get their daughters into the school of their dreams before Operation Varsity Blues. She said, “Truth is I would do just about anything for our children (short of federal crime).” And she has a lot of love for Felicity, with whom she spent a whole season playing her character’s boss. In the end, she said, “I am proud of my children and who they are and how hard they have worked to make their place in the wake of #growingupfisher. I also understand wanting only good for your offspring and I am conflicted and I adore #felicityhuffman my prayers go out to you.”

Source: Refinery 29

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