It's common knowledge that television personality Abby Lee Miller has been dealing with some legal issues for the past few years. She was charged and convicted of hiding more than $750,000 from the US government as well as hiding $120,000 that she made overseas while in Australia for "Dance Moms" in 2014. She claimed to have been naive as to how the whole business owning thing works. But courts found her guilty based on the fact that when traveling back to the U.S. from Australia, she divvied up the cash between her and her friends so they'd be bringing in less than $10,000 each; The law is that you can't bring in more than $10,000 cash across international borders or else you will be taxed.

It may have seemed like a good idea at the time, but later on, it just proved to everyone that she, in fact, did know that what she was doing was illegal.

What exactly does Abby Lee Miller regret?

Just as the title says, she regrets everything. In a promo for Abby's last appearance on the Lifetime reality TV show, Abby states that she doesn't need any of her dancers [to make her famous]. She goes on to say how the producers treated her like "dirt". She claims that she was tired of not being given creative credit for any of the award-winning choreography, costumes, or themes.

Many fans found this statement odd considering the whole show is based on Miller choreographing routines for the girls and fitting them for costumes.

There are so many moments where Abby and the moms are stressing over costumes.

She then states that she is also tired of being manipulated, disrespected, and used by men [the producers] who have never taken a dance class a day in their lives.

Maybe Abby means she could only choose costumes and themes with the producers' approval?

Honestly, I have a hard time feeling bad for her after everything we've heard coming from Maddie Ziegler, Mackenzie Ziegler, chloe lukasiak, Paige Hyland, and Brooke Hyland about how she's always treated her students. Seems like karma has finally come around to bite her back in the butt.

What does all of this mean for the fate of "Dance Moms"?

All shows have to come to an end at some point. For now, "Dance Moms" is still signed on for Season 7B, but it is unknown what is in store in terms of an eight season.

Considering Abby Lee Miller was just sentenced to a year in federal prison, the dancers now have a new dance coach, Cheryl Burke.

Also now since Chloe Lukasiak is back, their views are expected to not drop as low as they once thought. Her reasoning for returning to the show was to try and save it. Also now that Abby's gone, she feels as though she can finally enjoy being on the show with her friends.