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Wendy Williams On Felicity Huffman: 'If She Was Black, It'd Be 14 Years'

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Wendy Williams On Felicity Huffman: 'If She Was Black, It'd Be 14 Years'

Wendy Williams On Felicity Huffman: 'If She Was Black, It'd Be 14 Years'

During Monday's episode of the "Wendy Williams Show," Wendy Williams said that Felicity Huffman's race and privilege contributed to the leniency of her sentence.

"If she was black, it'd be 14 years," Williams said, adding that she thinks the actress should be fined "millions" instead of $30,000.

William's comments come after the "Desperate Housewives" actor pleaded guilty to fraud charges in May, and admitted to paying $15,000 to have an SAT proctor correct her daughter's exam answers.

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