Abby Lee Miller is speaking out against Dance Moms producers after publicly quitting the show.
Miller is actively unhappy with the way she was treated through seven seasons of Dance Moms. The reality star spoke with Access Hollywood just a few days after making the announcement on Instagram that she was leaving the series and said she's been heading towards this point for a while now.
"You just get to a point where you can't take it anymore and I have been at that point for at least a year," Miller admitted.
The controversial dance instructor has been shown in an unflattering light on many occasions throughout the show, and she discussed how producers have provoked her through the years.
"I'm trying to put my Spanx on or my bra or come out of the bathroom and there's a camera and a boom [microphone] and this producer in my face," she said. "That's why I'm a raving lunatic, when you see the show, because they're in the bedroom."
It got to the point where it was affecting Miller's mental health, striving her to make the sudden decision to quit.
"They know how to push my buttons but it's gone beyond that, to the point where it is so offensive as a woman. I think it's detrimental to my health, to my mental health, to everything. It's awful," Miller discussed. "There's no privacy, there's no respect."
Dance Moms execs have already planned on producing the show without her, bringing in former Dancing With the Stars pro Cheryl Burke and celebrity choreographer Laurieann Gibson.
"I bet you she's treated differently," Miller said, of Burke. "I bet you the budget is completely different, and I bet you she is never driving her car, with her gas, getting parking tickets that she has to pay, walking up and down the streets looking for fabric on her feet."
There is no set date for the return of Dance Moms as of yet.