Last month, Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller was indicted on 20 counts of bankruptcy fraud, after alleging that Miller had hidden over $700K in income from her shows, all while she was claiming chapter 11. But if you know anything about Abby Lee Miller, then you already know the outspoken star was not about to sit back and take that one quietly. And she didn’t. Instead, Miller had her day in court yesterday, where she pled not guilty. Now there’s a shocker.
Miller appeared in court yesterday, where she pled not guilty to the charges, and she was let go on $10K bond, but it’s far from over for the reality star. In fact, if she is eventually found guilty, Miller faces up to 5 years in the slammer, and a fine o $250K per count. Ouch, let’s see how she will weasel her way out of this one!
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Kelly alleged that producers provoked the backstage hair pulling argument with Abby to force Kelly off the show, then detained her from fleeing in order to press charges. Abby did press charges of misdemeanor assault, which were dropped.
Wait, what? Didn’t we just see Maksim Chmerkovskiy guest judging on Dancing With The Stars? Why, yes we did. But that certainly doesn’t mean that he’ll be returning to the show anytime soon. In fact, according to Chmerkovskiy himself, he was so censored during his recent gig there, that he has no plans to return…ever.
While that may not be surprising since Maks has made it clear in the past that there is no love lost between Dancing With The Stars and himself, what was surprising was what he had to say about some of his former partners, particularly Hope Solo. But Solo wasn’t the only one that Chmerkovskiy bashed, as he also went on to slam Dance Moms star, Abby Lee Miller. Trust us, folks – you don’t want to miss this!
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Whoa! Breaking news out of Pittsburgh this morning! Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller was just indicted by a federal grand jury on 20 counts of bankruptcy fraud, concealment of bankruptcy assets and making false bankruptcy declarations!
The charges stem from a petition Abby filed back in 2010, hoping to reorganize her ALDC dance studio finances. According to WPXI.com, she is accused of “concealing income she earned between 2012 and 2013 from her performances on the show and related spinoff TV shows, as well as from dance sessions and merchandise sales.”
There is nothing quite like watching Abby Lee Miller get into with the moms of Dance Moms, well except maybe for watching her get into with rival dance coach Cathy Nesbitt-Stein. However, this past season we watched as Stein let Jeanette Cota take over her competition team, which was not as much fun to watch. And for fans, we want to know whether or not Cathy has plans on returning to the show or if she is gone for good.
Luckily, Cathy Nesbitt-Stein recently opened up about her future on the show, whether or not she’d replace Abby Lee Miller (should she choose not to return), and what her daughter Vivi-Anne has been up to these days. If you’re a Dance Moms fan, you don’t want to miss this!
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Looks like Dance Moms has one very obsessed fan. I mean, as if sending a package to one of the underage stars containing pornographic material wasn’t enough, it looks as though Phoenix Sundown has a bit of an obsession going on. You see, Jo JoSiwa wasn’t the only cast members who was targeted, as Sundown recently told the press that he has also sent numerous packages to 12-year-old Maddie Ziegler, as well.
Talk about creepy. Well it gets even creepier from there, folks. Sundown also has a tattoo on his neck of what he claims is Abby Lee Miller – as a zombie. Wait, what? And even scarier yet, is what Sundown had to say about sending the packages to the girls – just wait until you hear this!
Dance Moms‘ most recent season may have come to a close, but the drama is far from over…at least for one cast member. And guess what? It wasn’t Abby Lee Miller causing a stir this time! Instead, one of the young cast members was the target of a stalking creeper.
Earlier this week, police were called to check out a suspicious package sent to one of the stars of Dance Moms. And it’s a good thing they were called in, because what was inside the package was definitely not a teddy bear or new dance costume, but it was pornographic in nature. Who would do such a thing?