Abby Lee Miller at the premiere of Book of Henry

Abby Lee Miller Opens Up About Her Final Four Days Of Freedom Before Prison

Abby Lee Miller will be self-reporting to a prison facility in Victorville, California, and the Dance Moms star recently opened up to a reporter about what she plans to do during that last taste of freedom.

According to the Dance Moms alum, Lifetime, the network which the show aired on, will be appearing with her when she self-surrenders on Wednesday. Abby Lee Miller says because she signed a four-year contract with them, they will be showing up, though it wasn’t her choice.

She will surrender at 2 p.m. at the FCI Facility in Victorville, California.

The star may have also been watching a little bit too much Orange is the New Black, as in several episodes, a disgraced celebrity chef teaches cooking classes to inmates. Abby Lee Miller has also stated that she might be interested in teaching dance to those in prison if she is allowed to do so.

Abby Lee Miller also detailed what she and her friends will get up to in the next few days, still maintaining her innocence in the whole affair.

“I have some friends coming out from Pittsburgh that have been with me through thick and thin for 20 years before the TV show, so they’re gonna come out and we’re just gonna maybe reminisce and laugh about the old times and talk about everyone we know and who might have all that money. Because it’s not me!”

The Dance Moms star was originally set to self-surrender last month, but delayed her intake due to an injury with her knee. The reality TV star, however, was caught partying in Los Angeles just days afterward, which made many question whether or not she is really all that injured.

She has also been seen out and about in L.A. at various restaurants and getting massages, and recently she was spotted parking illegally twice in one day.

Abby Lee Miller, who is going to prison for one year and a day due to bankruptcy fraud, maintains that she is only guilty of taking bad legal advice. The star filed for bankruptcy, only for the judge to catch her show on TV and investigate her assets. It was found she had been hiding $775,000 in earnings from the U.S. government.

The reality TV star plans to return to the small screen once she gets out of prison, and has stated that she’s already ready to shoot a scripted reality series about dance. She is also interested in working on Dance Moms, a Broadway musical.

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