Abby Lee Miller Got Charged With Bankruptcy Fraud

October 14, 2015 / Posted by:

Abby Lee Miller, the sea witch who transformed her tentacles into legs and later became a soul-sucking dance teacher in Pittsburgh, could soon be the leader of the cell block dance troupe in a women’s prison in Pennsylvania somewhere.

ABC News says that Abby Lee Miller, the resident monster of Lifetime’s Dance Moms, was hit with 20 counts of fraud for allegedly trying to hide a bunch of money when she declared bankruptcy. In 2010, Abby filed a petition to reorganize her studio Abby Lee Dance Company. U.S. Attorney David J. Hickton says that federal agents discovered that Abby came up with a scheme to cheat the system. Abby allegedly opened up bank accounts to hide more than $755,000 she made from her reality show and merchandising. Abby also didn’t report some of the money she made to the IRS and lied on financial reports.

If a court stamps the word “GUILTY” on her forehead, she could get 5 years in prison and have to pay a $250,000 fine for each count.

I did not know that Teresa Giudice and Juicy Joe ran a financial advisory firm and I also did not know that Abby Lee Miller was one of their clients. I’m surprised Abby Lee Miller hid cash in secret bank accounts and didn’t try to hide money under her FUPA (before she lost the chunk) or her hair, which looks like it’s full of dark ILLEGAL secrets. I’m sure Lifetime is already making plans for Dance Wardens, a show that’s just like Dance Moms except the moms will be replaced by wardens, the little girls will be replaced by prisoners and Abby Lee Miller will get tasered by the guards every time she yells at them too loud.


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