Tyranical dance instructor Abby Lee Miller received a prison sentence of one year and a day in her bankruptcy fraud case, but her crimes have resulted in a much harsher sentence for her show as Lifetime officially confirms that Dance Moms has been canceled.
Tonight, Lifetime aired the much-anticipated special Dance Moms: Abby Tells All documenting Abby Lee Miller’s life and thoughts leading up to the beginning of her one-year prison stint for fraud. The network released a preview clip earlier today in which you can see her final moments as a free woman — in which Abby gets emotional and tearful as she eats a bowl of macaroni and cheese on her way to prison.
Abby Lee Miller is the latest reality star to take a television hiatus for a stay in the clink. She surrendered yesterday to serve 366 days for bankruptcy fraud. In the weeks prior to her incarceration, Abby Lee Millermaintained that she just trusted the wrong people and didn’t look into what was going on with her own business.
Dance Moms matriarch Abby Lee Miller is doing a little dancing of her own this week as she will be enjoying a little more time as a free woman than she expected.
The prison-bound former head B in charge on Dance Moms has words for the incoming lead instructor. Dancing with the Stars alum Cheryl Burke, who will be taking over on Lifetime’s hit, made headlines recently when she stated that the young dancers on the show have been “traumatized” by Abby Lee Miller. Burke said last […]
Cheryl Burke is speaking out about her new job as the lead dance instructor on Dance Moms. Lifetime hired the Dancing with the Stars pro to finish out the filming of the 7th season after Abby Lee Miller abruptly announced, via social media, that she was quitting. Earlier this month Miller, who many viewers loved […]
Dance instructing firebrand Abby Lee Miller is speaking out following the news that she was sentenced to a year in federal prison for bankruptcy fraud.
Abby Lee Miller, the controversial former star and lead dance instructor from <em>Dance Moms</em>, has been sentenced in her bankruptcy fraud case.