Ex-Convict Martha Stewart Gives Opinion on Indicted Stars

Ex-Convict Martha Stewart Gives Opinion on Indicted Stars
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Former convict, Martha Stewart is offering her opinion on the Hollywood stars embroiled in the college admissions scandal.

According to Fox News:

Martha Stewart "feels sorry" for actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin who are embroiled in the college admissions scandal.

The business mogul was at the Time 100 gala in New York City on Tuesday when she was asked by “Entertainment Tonight” what type of advice she may have for Loughlin and Huffman “about what may be to come” for the two women.

“I just feel sorry for them and they might have made a bad mistake,” Stewart replied.

Stewart, 77, served time in prison after she was convicted on numerous felony charges. She served five months at a women’s prison in Alderson, W.Va., in 2004. Stewart opened up on her prison stay to Katie Couric in 2017.

Stewart also stated that she doesn't think anyone should have to go through prison which she called awful.

 Source: American Update

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