'Dance Moms' Updates: Abby Lee Miller Dates Before Going to Prison; Mackenzie Ziegler And Mother Face Lawsuit For Breaching Contract
Former "Dance Moms" host Abby Lee Miller seems to be making the most of her time before her prison time as she was recently spotted checking out a restaurant and is probably dating a mystery man. Meanwhile, "Dance Moms" alum Mackenzie Ziegler and her mom are reportedly facing a lawsuit filed against them by an indie label company for allegedly breaching a contract.
The mother and daughter duo, Melissa Gisoni and Mackenzie Ziegler, has been sued for a breach of music contract. Kismet Music filed a lawsuit against the duo for allegedly failing to meet the terms of the 2014 music deal they signed with the company. Kismet accuses Ziegler of missing several recording sessions plus working with other producers.
Reports reveal that Mackenzie and Melissa entered a contract with Kismet in 2014 where they agreed to "deliver technically and commercially satisfactory records." In return, Kismet signed to dedicate efforts to secure Ziegler with recording contracts and handle the distribution of her works. Apparently, despite the duo's violation of the contract they signed, they were reportedly able to cash checks until 2016.
Kismet said that they tried to reach Mackenzie Ziegler and Melissa Gisoni, but their efforts were fruitless. The label company then reportedly pushed with the lawsuit and is now asking for fees along with the 15 percent net profit she made out of her deal with another producer.
Meanwhile, Abby Lee Miller, who previously heard her sentencing for the lawsuits pressed against her, is having a sweet taste of freedom before she checks into prison. Miller was spotted stepping out Catch which is a prominent restaurant in Los Angeles, California. Reporters were able to corner her to ask what she wants to do before she serves her time in jail where Miller said she wants to get a pedicure and a last meal.
Abby Lee Miller has however caught more attention from the photo she previously posted on her Instagram account. Miller captioned the photo with her gratitude for a mystery man which she said has spent his time with her on Waldorf Astoria Hotel Resort's rooftop.
Many are guessing that she is dating the man she was with in the photo although Abby Lee Miller has not yet commented on the rumors. The former "Dance Moms" mentor is set to go to prison at the end of June and is expected to stay behind the bars for a year and a day.
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