EXCLUSIVE: 'Her mea culpa came from the heart.' Felicity Huffman's Desperate Housewives son insists she is 'an admirable woman' even though she faces jail for pleading guilty in the college admissions scandal
Desperate Housewives actor Charlie Carver (left) praised his former co-star Felicity Huffman (bottom right) for being 'sincere' after confessing to her part in the college admissions scandal. The 30-year-old Teen wolf star said he has offered support to the actress, who played his mother Lynette Scavo (together top right) on the show, he told DailyMailTV in LA on Saturday. Huffman, 56, took a plea agreement, admitting she paid $15,000 to improve her 18-year-old daughter Sophia's SAT results and faces four months in jail. Carver said he is 'really proud of how she's taken ownership of what happened' and said he feels her mea culpa 'came from the heart'. He said: 'I think she's an admirable woman and as sincere as she could be and mistakes are mistakes... I love her with all my heart'.