Penn Hills native and former reality TV star Abby Lee Miller recently had weight loss surgery.
The 50-year-old dance instructor, who previously made headlines after pleading guilty to a bankruptcy fraud in June last year, has just undergone gastric sleeve surgery while awaiting her prison sentencing in May.
As for her upcoming sentencing, Miller said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight that her attorneys in Pittsburgh have hired someone to prepare her physically and mentally for life in prison. And that is true, and I'm really nervous about that - more than the surgery - but there's no right time'.
It's been a tough couple of months for Miller, who dramatically quit Dance Moms in March, and is now awaiting her sentencing after she pleaded guilty to bankruptcy fraud last June.
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"No, no, no", Miller confessed when asked if she was prepared to serve time, wiping away tears.
Maddie Ziegler then revealed how she has avoided watching the episodes of the Lifetime show and how Abby Lee Miller has been tough to her. I bet you she's treated differently. "I'm like, 'What is this, lunch meat?' I can't eat this!" "But even on the TV show, they would laugh in my face".
Not only that, but we looked into what her students have said about her since the franchise kind of fell apart and we can't help but wonder if they are throwing shade at her as well!
"If I was trying to be vegan, [my co-workers] would hand me a hoagie sandwich or Italian sub from somewhere", Miller claimed. She's still said to be recovering. "I don't want to do it anymore, just save my tears for the pillow". With the two dishing "Dance Moms" to start their own solo career, people can not help but compare the two dancers' achievements. Although she evidently didn't have the best experience with Dance Moms, she says she is now pitching a scripted show that will feature some of her well-known dancers and have a supernatural element. She continues that there should be "a sense of respect" and she should be given "a creative credit". Before her operation, the Dance Moms alum revealed her fears in an interview with ET.