Felicity Huffman to Do Time in "Cushy Prison"

Felicity Huffman was sentenced to two weeks in one of America’s “10 Cushiest Prisons,” according to Forbes.

The all-women’s low-security Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, California is dubbed “Chateau Dublin.” A former inmate confirmed, (quote) “We came up with the name because it’s more like a luxury retreat than a prison. Also, it’s easier to tell your neighbors you are spending time at a Chateau rather than a concrete prison.”

The campus features “acres of gardens with cool ocean breezes.”

Inmates at “Chateau Dublin” stay in private bungalows with cable TV, computers and floor-to-ceiling windows without iron bars. They’re able to bring their own bedding, pillows and linens. Orange jumpsuits are discarded for comfy sweats. (Radar Online)

Don’t like the prison food? Postmates delivers to “Chateau Dublin.”

Felicity would be arguably the third most famous inmate after Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss and kidnapped billionaire heir turned terrorist Patty Hearst.

Felicity issued an apology following her sentence that said in part, (quote) “I look forward to doing my 250 community service hours and making a positive impact.”

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