Abby Lee Miller Has Officially Become Inmate Miller

July 12, 2017 / Posted by:

Today was the day that toe-tapping off-stage monster Abby Lee Miller was expected to check into the big house to serve a one-year prison sentence for bankruptcy fraud. Entertainment Tonight says she turned herself in at 12:05pm, two hours before her 2pm deadline. Now if you want to be scratchy-voiced screeched at for your lazy turn-out, you’re going to have to get in your car and take a trip to cell block D (or wherever they’re housing her money-scamming self).

Abby is currently housed at the FCI Victorville facility in Victorville, California, which is about two hours from Los Angeles. ET says she arrived in a black SUV and was accompanied by a Lifetime camera crew, who filmed her as long as possible (they don’t allow cameras inside the prison).

You’ll remember that two months ago, Abby Lee was in court trying to fight bankruptcy fraud charges. Abby committed several financial no-nos, like intentionally failing to report $120,000 in cash that she made in Australia and trying to hide $775,000 she made from TV shows, all while going through Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. Abby’s scheduled to spend a year and a day in prison thinking about the dumb stuff she did. Or maybe she won’t learn shit, and she’ll pass her days thinking of ways not to get caught next time, who knows.

Entertainment Tonight caught up with Abby on Monday night at Craig’s, and she doesn’t seem too stressed about prison.

Abby hasn’t really said much about her prison stint on social media, besides showing off a pre-pokey pedicure.

Last Pedicure for a while! ? Thanks to Nail Elite on Santa Monica, my fave! #beach #LA #santamonica #3rdstreetpromenade

A post shared by Abby Lee Miller (@therealabbylee) on

And for some reason she’s also asking her fans to help her do some personal bookkeeping by telling her if they ever saw herself or any Dance Moms selling Abby Lee Dance Company merch. Oh Abby, what are you doing. Do you want to do two years?


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