Abby Lee Miller's sentencing was postponed. On Friday, the Dance Moms star learned that her bankruptcy fraud case won't be concluded for quite some time.
As per court documents attained by PEOPLE, Miller's case has been pushed to a later date as per the government's wishes and the Attorney General asked that the hearing moved to the earliest available date. A new date to replace Friday's hearing has yet to be rearranged.
Also, within the court documents, Miller has been granted a consent to travel to Mexico for "business opportunities" - specifically to Cancun (Yucatan Peninsula) for a dance convention and a speaking appointment.
Miller Is Required To Reveal The Details Of Her Flight
"The business opportunities would require Ms. Miller to travel to Cancun from March 3 to March 7, 2017," as per the documents. "If permitted to travel, Ms. Miller will provide the government, in advance, the details of her business trip. The government has no protest to this Gesture."
The new travel petition comes just days after Miller traveled to London from Feb. 16-20, and then to Newcastle, England on Feb. 21 for business.
Miller's Previous Case - Veiled Income In Bank Accounts From 2012 to 2013
In October 2015, Miller was charged with attempting to hide $775,000 of income from her Lifetime series and its spin-off, Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition and several other projects, during Chapter 11 bankruptcy accounts. She allegedly veiled the money in bank accounts between 2012-2013.
The reality TV star was also accused of apportioning $120,000 into separate plastic bags and having friends carry them in their baggage in August 2014, which is in violation of a law instructing people to report if they are bringing more than $10,000 of a foreign currency into the U.S.
Miller's Studio Is For Sale Due To Unpaid Taxes
In January, Miller, 50, agreed to forfeit the $120,000 AUD, the Associated Press reported."During this case, Ms. Miller has taken both the accusations and the proceedings very seriously," Miller's attorney Robert Ridge previously told PEOPLE in a statement. "This has been an interesting time for Ms. Miller. She escalates the words of praise and provision from around the world."
"Before the show, on a Saturday afternoon and sheriffs would come and post bills saying they were going to shut down the studio for unpaid taxes," a turf source of Penn Hills, Pennsylvania earlier told PEOPLE. "They would be sticking notes." At the time Miller's attorney told PEOPLE, "I just confirmed that the studio was arranged for sale due to unpaid taxes."