Former 'Dance Moms' star Miller was indicted for 20 counts of fraud back in October 2015.
Former ‘Dance Moms’ star Abby Lee Miller has learned the outcome of her bankruptcy fraud trial, receiving a sentence of a year and a day in federal prison, followed by two years’ supervised release.
The 50 year old ex-reality TV star was also fined a sum of $40,000 and ordered to pay $120,000 judgement, and also to give a DNA sample relating to her felony charge.
The sentence, delivered by a federal judge in a court in Pittsburgh, brings to an end an almost 18-month ordeal for Miller ever since she was indicted on 20 counts of fraud relating to her attempts to hide hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of income from her Lifetime series ‘Dance Moms’ and its spin-off, ‘Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition’, as well as multiple other ruses to hide money during Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
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Abby Lee Miller, the star of the Lifetime reality show 'Dance Moms', is reportedly being sued by one of her former pupils for assault.
A lawsuit has been filed against Dance Moms' star Abby Lee Miller in which a former student claims Miller assaulted her.
Abby Lee Miller at the 2014 Teen Choice Awards.
The suit was filed on Thursday (9th October) at Los Angeles Superior Court by representatives of 13-year-old Paige Hyland. According to Deadline, Hyland alleges Miller assaulted her and was generally abusive, even once throwing a chair at her former dance student.
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