Abby Lee Miller is once again in the headlines as she went under the knife for a weight-loss procedure on April 21. The former “Dance Moms” host had a sleeve gastrectomy in Los Angeles to remove 80 percent of her stomach to control her weight. Although the process would benefit her health and well-being, the 50-year-old choreographer couldn't deny her fears regarding the operation. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the dance instructor opened up about her experiences.

Miller’s fears and sentiments

“There's nobody freaking out if something happens to me," Miller told the publication while sobbing. "I'm scared, I'm nervous."

It has been known that the past few months were not easy for the Teen Choice award recipient.

To recall, she surprisingly quit “Dance Moms” in March and is now waiting for her sentence as she pleaded guilty to bankruptcy fraud in June 2016.

In another interview with the same publication, Miller broke down when she talked about the possibility of serving time in prison. In fact, she admitted that she was not yet ready to get jailed. However, she revealed that her lawyers in Pittsburgh already hired someone that could prepare her for the verdict.

Miller went on to reveal that she’s not a “real physical person,” and that she would just wait for what the future will bring. She also found it difficult that a lot of people were asking her things about her coming sentence. She just shut them all off and said that she still has to live her life no matter what happens. Miller went on to say that she was already tired of fighting and wanted to save her tears for her pillows.

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If found guilty, she could face up to 30 months of imprisonment.

A goodbye to ‘Dance Moms’

Miller’s weight-loss procedure happened less than a month after she quit “Dance Moms.” To recall, she aired the reason of her resignation in a lengthy message on her Instagram account. She revealed that for the past six years and seven seasons, she had “asked, begged and demanded” to be credited for all the “ideas, routines, themes, and costumes” she gave to the show.

However, her plea was denied. She also revealed that the show made her feel “manipulated, disrespected, and used” by people who have no knowledge about dancing. She has been replaced by “Dancing with the Stars” professional Cheryl Burke and other guest choreographers.