During a tell-all interview with E!, the Dance Moms star became emotional over everything "I'm going to miss while I'm [in prison]", adding tearfully that she's scared of "what all you're gonna lose in the long run". Additionally, she was ordered to pay a $40,000 fine and a $120,000 money judgement.
Miller pled guilty to not reporting an worldwide monetary transaction and one count of concealing bankruptcy assets in June 2016. She claims her fraud charges were unintentional, saying, "I wasn't ever trying to hurt anyone".
Abby joined us on Good Day LA three days after her sentencing to talk about her prison term and plans for her life afterwards.
"Nobody original from the show [has reached out to me]".
Miller will most likely report to a prison facility within the next month and a half, but she enjoyed a pampering session first!
As far as hobbies, Miller is hoping to pick up some skills during her time in prison. I would not be where I am without you. If worse comes to worse, I'm a good teacher.
Lifetime, the network airing "Dance Moms", did not release a statement regarding Miller's sentencing. News that she has already been contacted about the new show. I have to pay for those mistakes.
"I didn't realize when you apply for bankruptcy it's like signing up for more homework", she said. "It's insane", the 50-year-old says, somehow keeping a straight face. "I just hope that every day is happy and wonderful and not stressful and insane", she said.
Miller quit the show in March with an angry Instagram rant accusing producers of treating her "like dirt" and was replaced by "Dancing With the Stars" pro Cheryl Burke, whom sources said is "a lot better" than Miller, according to the magazine.