There's no doubt that Abby Lee Miller is doing whatever she can to stay out of jail -- and it might be working.
In fact, there's a new report that says the Dance Moms star just won a big victory outside of the courtroom as a judge in her fraud case will help keep her out of the slammer for the next several months, at least.
Deadline's Dominic Patten reported on Thursday that Miller managed to postpone her case a little bit longer as she filed a motion to get an extension to file her pretrial motions for the fifth time now.
But, according to Patten's report, this seems to be the last time that Miller be able to to delay the case, since the judge seems pretty sick of granting extensions and wrote: “THE COURT IS NOT INCLINED TO GRANT ANY FURTHER EXTENSIONS" at the end of the order (and yes he wrote it in all caps).
Back in November Miller pleaded not guilty for allegedly hiding income from her reality show while claiming bankruptcy. Miller was hit with 20 counts of fraud for allegedly trying to hide her income when she declared bankruptcy back in 2010. That same year, Miller filed a petition to reorganize her Pittsburgh, Penn. studio, the Abby Lee Dance Company.
Prosecutors contend that Miller opened up bank accounts to hide more than $755,000 she made from her reality show and merchandising. Miller also didn't report some of the money she made to the IRS and lied on financial reports.
So far Miller herself has not made any comments about the impending trial.