Former Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller went to jail last July after getting indicted on 20 counts of fraud and hiding her income. Since then, she has shared updates on her prison life including her weight loss and her desire to teach dance again.
Then there was buzz that Abby would get released early and now she’s one step closer to terrorizing aspiring dancers in the studio.
According to a report from TMZ, Abby has been transferred from a prison in Victorville, CA to a halfway house called Residential Reentry Center. She is scheduled to stay there until May 25, which is a solid two months, but it has to be way better than her life in a jail cell. Then again, she has been sharing updates from jail on social media-somehow, so she probably wasn’t struggling as much as her fellow inmates.
TMZ’s description for Abby’s halfway house sounds like it would make for a great spin-off show, or at least a 2-episode special checking in with Abby: “the facility will provide Abby with a safe, structured and supervised environment where she’ll be given employment counseling, job placement and financial management assistance.” I’m already picturing a Simple Life scenario with Abby trying out various jobs before (obviously) getting a dance team together for another season of Dance Moms on Life time.
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