"Dance Moms" actress Abby Lee Miller is facing a number of suits for fraud. However, she is a taking a positive stand about everything and even coming out with the strange explanation that she would look at the imprisonment as a vacation.
The cases have certainly made Abby Lee Miller and her TV show more famous than anyone would have thought. Her issues began in 2012 when she got slapped with 20 charges of bankruptcy fraud. It was revealed that the "Dance Mom" star had hidden $775,000 worth of assets in 2012 as well as 2013. There was $120,000 currency also that a trip from Australia in 2014 made her bring back.
'Dance Moms' star Abby Lee Miller told ET that she was "good" and was struggling to remain "positive and happy." She admitted to all her errors, and said: "Maybe I need a few months' vacation." But in her case, there are a lot of things that have not been answered or out. Ultimately, she is convinced that things will come out.
However, critics are firm and unforgiving about Abby Lee Miller. They are convinced that she will face 10 years in prison if found guilty. She is even being compared to Teresa Giudice, "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" actress who had to go to prison for a year during her bankruptcy fraud case. Her husband Joe Giudice is also behind bars for 42 months.
Many are convinced that Abby Lee Miller might pay a large amount for her legal mess, with sources explaining that it may not just be a few months in vacation, but much more than that. Admitting last month that becoming "too famous, too fast" had propelled her to hide the money, Abby Lee Miller also disclosed that she is doing her best to keep out of prison. As she had not hurt anyone, nor had she been humiliating to anyone, she does not want to be looked at as a "criminal."
Still, 'Dance Moms' star Abby Lee Miller agreed there are a few lessons that she has to learn. While on the one hand, she has to now put the entire affair behind and move one, she is also certain that her days on reality television may not last. Her state of mind is grim but clear, according to New Idea.
But the fans of the TV series as well as Abby Lee Miller are still hooked on the show. Called the 'Queen bee' of reality TV, she has got a huge popularity. "Dance Moms" airs every Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST on the Lifetime network.