Abby Lee Miller will not begin her one-year and one-day Prison Term until July 12. This is contrary to earlier reports which stated that the "Dance Moms" star is scheduled to surrender on June 30, two months after a federal judge in Pittsburgh charged her for allegedly attempting to hide her assets during her bankruptcy proceedings.

What's the reason for the delay?

Although Miller and the court have yet to give their words on the postponement, the TV personality's recent Instagram posts seemingly suggested that the reason for the delay was due to her health condition.

On Wednesday, the "Dance Moms" host checked in at Disc Sports and Spine Center and shared a photo of her x-ray which showed that she is missing cartilage in her right knee.

If this is really the case, then the 50-year-old dance instructor could have convinced the court to give her some time to undergo further examination for her injury. And if the doctors will require her to receive surgery, then that will give Miller a valid reason to request the judge to delay her surrender date for several months until she fully recovers.

But all of these will remain speculations until the controversial host confirms the reason for pushing back her prison term date.

Miller to tell it all in Lifetime special

An affiliate exclusively told ET that the "Dance Moms" instructor recently filmed a special where she opened up about her bankruptcy fraud case.

The upcoming special will only focus on Miller who reportedly turned emotional while acknowledging her wrongdoings in the past. Viewers can also expect to hear everything from the Lifetime personality regarding her sentencing.

The source added that the reality star broke down in tears several times as she talked about the controversies that she is facing right now.

In a previous interview, Miller admitted the fact that it will not be easy for her to adapt the environment behind bars.

But despite her worries, the ALDC founder tries to remain positive and considers this phase as her punishment for her past mistakes. "It's a realm of the world I know nothing about. I just know what I know, and I do the best I can," she told the publication.

Before her sentencing, Miller left "Dance Moms" to reportedly save her safe from losing her sanity. In a one-on-one interview with Access Hollywood's Kit Hoover, Miller accused the reality program of turning her into a "raving lunatic." She added that she is just fed up of being "manipulated, disrespected, and used" without getting any credit for her works and ideas.