2008_09_vaticon.jpgAfter two and a half months sharing a seven-and-a-half-by-eight-foot concrete cell at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, accused con man Raffaello Follieri will plead guilty tomorrow to federal charges of wire fraud and money laundering, the AP reports. The Italian entrepreneur was supposedly dumped by Anne Hathaway the night before his arrest; friends of his have since suggested that Hathaway—who had been involved with Follieri's foundation—may have lured Follieri back to New York from Italy to get the feds off her own back. With the plea deal, Follieri faces up to six and a half years in prison. Next month's Vanity Fair has a long juicy article about his nose-dive, and by the end you just might catch yourself feeling a tiny bit sorry for the guy. Crazy, right?