Felicity Huffman's husband, William H. Macy, is concerned about his safety and mental health as he prepares to spend 14 days in prison for his involvement in the college admissions scandal.
A source close to the family explained to People 69-year-old Macy was pleased that the arrest and sentencing process was over after seeing what a fee his wife and their family had paid. However, he "continues to worry about her well-being."
"He first saw how difficult this experience was on her," the source explained. "He is extremely supportive and very protective of her all along the way."
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Huffman, 56, was sentenced to two weeks behind bars after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest fraud in May. She admitted that she paid a $ 15,000 admissions consultant to allow the proctor to correct her older daughter's answers on the SAT. She considered the same for her younger daughter, but decided against it.
She must also do 250 hours of community service and pay a fine of $ 30,000.
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Macy wrote in a letter before her husband's sentence that their family had "come in" after her arrest.
The actor complains that his wife has been unable to find a job since she was arrested six months ago and her daughter, who is now in college, has been missing for a year.  He also said that Huffman's younger daughter, who is in high school, was attending therapy.
"Felicity's sole interest now is figuring out how to make repairs and help her daughters heal and move on," Macy writes.
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Huffman is due to join his 14-day prison sentence on October 25th.
Jessica Sager contributed to this report.