Abby Lee Miller has been living a life of an A-list celebrity in Hollywood after the success of “Dance Moms.” Despite her popularity and fame, the TV personality had to face the consequences of her actions like a commoner. However, it seems that the famously strict dance teacher is not so tough at all after learning her fate.

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The 50-year-old dance instructor and choreographer took the chance to share her thoughts and emotions in an exclusive interview before serving her one-year and one-day prison sentence. Abby Lee Miller pleaded guilty to her fraud and money laundering charges and made her last effort to air her side in Lifetime's “Dance Moms: Abby Tells All.”

Although the “Dance Moms” star openly admitted having made a lot of mistakes in her life, she revealed that she is certainly not built to survive prison.

'Dance Moms' star reveals fear when serving her 366-day sentence in FCC Victorville prison. [Image source: Youtube Screen grab]
'Dance Moms' star reveals fear when serving her 366-day sentence in FCC Victorville prison. [Image source: Youtube Screen grab]

Maddie Ziegler’s former mentor shared that she was “petrified” that some inmates might get the chance to see her interview and will use it against her, so she opted not to reveal too much information about her and her case.

ALDC mentor reveals she is 'petrified' of how inmates will treat her in the jail

However, Abby Lee Miller did reveal that she’s concerned that she will be physically abused in the clink. She then noted that she would rather not think about it as much to make her long stay in prison more bearable.

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"It's not something that I think about. I've kind of blocked it out,” Abby Lee Miller told The View's, Jedediah Bila. “It's something that I'm terrified of, yes."

This is not the first time that the Abby Lee Dance Company mentor mentioned about her fear of being abused in prison. The “Abby's Studio Rescue” star has opened up about the same issue back in April and shared that she would just keep herself busy so that she won’t get emotional about her current situation.

“I’m afraid of being physically abused or raped,” Miller told People at the time. “I have to stay busy.

If I thought about it every day, I’d just sit around and cry.”

Miller needs to change lifestyle to survive one-year and one-day jail time

Meanwhile, Abby Lee Miller is currently serving her 366-day sentence in FCC Victorville prison. The “Dance Moms” star is indeed living a much different lifestyle than she was used to.

The massive change that the tough mentor had to deal with was the food. Although Miller can purchase some items from the commissary, she will only have limited options on the stock list.

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