Abby Lee Miller denies 'untrue' reports in first post from prison

'Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller Struts Out Of Jail With Early Release

Former Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller took to her Instagram account to share with her loyal followers some news about her life in prison.

'My world flipped upside down when I had to enter prison. "I did so with grace".

She also wrote she's been spending her time making friends with inmates and staff and participating in "anything offered" to her.

The post was liked almost 100,000 times by her 3.3 million followers.

Abby Lee Miller will be allowed to walk out of prison next month without having to serve her entire 366 days of her sentence for fraud.

The Lifetime star didn't address her weight loss in the post, but she looked slimmer in the photo.

Miller shot to fame on the reality TV series Dance Moms, as the founder of the acclaimed Abby Lee Dance Company, and was at the helm of the show for seven hit seasons, quitting the series early previous year. "In fact, she is rarely seen eating at all!"

Miller previously told PEOPLE, "I made mistakes and I trusted people, but ultimately I have to take responsibility". "If I thought about it every day, I'd just sit around and cry".

It is still unknown when Miller will be going back to work, if she ever decides to do so, but sources say that the host is planning to undergo several cosmetic surgeries after her release. The procedure reduces the size of a patient's stomach, which restricts food intake.

"I think this is the right time", Miller told Entertainment Tonight at the time.

Miller was indicted on fraud charges in 2015 for allegedly hiding from a bankruptcy court $775,000 in income she earned after filing a petition to reorganize her Pittsburgh dance studio in 2010.

The same source said that Abby might be leaving prison before the end of February, but in her post, Miller mentioned that nothing has yet been decided.



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