'Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller Begins Countdown To Prison Date; Reminisces About Maddie Ziegler's Fame

Former “Dance Moms” mentor Abby Lee Miller has reportedly revealed the date she will be heading off to prison. As she prepares for the inevitable, Miller reminisces about the past, particularly about Maddie Ziegler’s fame.

Abby Lee Miller Starts Countdown To Jail Time

According to Radar Online, a representative for Abby Lee Miller revealed that the former “Dance Moms” mentor will be heading off to jail and start her sentence on June 30. The source added that Miller will be spending in one of the prisons located in California after revealing that the celebrity dance teacher has looked into Apple Valley and Victorville. Miller admitted that she is still in shock after receiving her sentence and has reportedly planned to set things straight by making financial amends.

Miller has been indicted for fraud and bankruptcy in 2015 and it was not until May 2017 that her sentence was finally laid out. On May 9, she was sentence to serve one year and one day in prison along with a $40,000 fine. After serving her time, she will have to undergo two years of supervised release.

Abby Lee Miller Slammed After Reminiscing About 'Dance Moms' Past

As Miller prepares for jail time, she has unavoidably thought about the past. A few days ago, Miller was spotted reminiscing the past when she posted throwback photos featuring Maddie Ziegler on her Instagram and Twitter accounts. Ziegler was primarily the reason why “Dance Moms” gained popularity, displaying the peak of an aspiring artist.

It was a well-known fact that Miller had never pleased everyone so her throwback posts earned her negative comments. However, some fans defended her and pointed out that Miller’s students were being ungrateful for not reaching out to her anymore. She received more hate after posting a controversial photo featuring the time when she introduced Ziegler and Jack Kelly, who Ziegler is now dating.

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