Abby Lee Miller: It’s Prison Time For Disgraced ‘Dance Moms’ Star


Abby Lee Miller, former Dance Moms star will be serving one year in prison, according to TMZ. A federal judge sentenced Miller early this Tuesday morning on 20 counts of fraud. Prosecutor say she hid over $700,000 from the government. During the trial, Abby took the stand and begged the judge for mercy, and even claimed that she had fallen victim to “sudden fame” when the hit TV show Dance Moms took off.  Abby will be serving her sentence in a federal facility near Los Angeles. After she is set free from prison, she will be on supervised release for at least two more years, according to Deadline.


Abby Lee Miller rose to fame in 2011 with the release of her show Dance Moms. However, her success was short-lived after people complained of her nasty attitude, and she was sued by one of the moms. It also came to light that she had possibly hidden funds in a secret account.



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