VICTORVILLE – Former ‘Dance Moms Star’, Abby Lee Miller, 50, will be a resident of Victorville beginning on Wednesday when she turns herself into the Federal Prison in Victorville.
Miller requested and was granted her request to serve her approximate 1-year sentence close to her San Bernardino home.
Miller was convicted of 20 counts of Fraud in May 2017, as a result of a recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy where she hid approximately $775,000 of income. The income from television series, Dance Moms and Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition were according to court documents hidden in a secret bank account. She also had friends hide $120,000 in cash for her.
Miller was sentenced to 1 year and 1 day in Federal Prison, fined $40,000 and ordered to pay a judgment of $120,000. Miller will also be on probation for 2 years following her time behind bars. Miller is ordered to turn herself in on Wednesday, July 12, 2017, at 2:00 p.m.
Amenities at the Federal Prison low-security facility for women includes a commissary, a library, a chapel, television rooms, phone and email facilities (for cost), work options, educational and exercise classes. Inmates in good standing are also allowed visitors up to 4 days per week.
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