After delaying her surrender date due to her health condition, Abby Lee Miller reportedly requested to serve her prison sentence in a facility near her residence in California. According to ET Online, the controversial TV host was allowed to serve her one year and one day sentence near her house instead of travelling to Pennsylvania to formally surrender over her bankruptcy case.

Further reports stated Abby Lee Miller is expected to turn herself in to the FCI Victorville facility on Wednesday. The prison is located in Victorville which is 45 minutes away from her home in San Bernardino.

Aside from her 366-day prison sentence, the "Dance Moms" host was also fined $40,000 and will have to serve two years probation after her imprisonment.

Bankruptcy fraud charge

Abby Miller was given a 366-day prison sentence by a federal judge for failing to declare her incomes overseas. The "Dance Moms" instructor reportedly concealed an accumulated income of $775,000 which she obtained from working abroad between 2012 and 2013.

The Dance instructor filed for bankruptcy to reorganize her dance company in 2010. It was also revealed that the TV personality owed over $400,000 in taxes. After she was charged for bankruptcy fraud, Abby Lee Miller clarified that it was not her intention to hide the money she earned from her gigs outside the United States.

“I wasn’t trying to hurt anyone," she said after the ruling.

But before she could even start her prison sentence in FCI Victorville facility, the Lifetime personality has reportedly filmed a special series where she talked about her case. An insider confirmed that Abby Lee Miller discussed the whole controversy in the upcoming show conducted by a news journalist.

It added that the 50-year-old TV host was "very emotional" and "broke down a lot" while talking about her sentencing. Despite her worries about the imprisonment, the dance instructor thought she needs to take the blame for her wrongdoings. “I have to take the blame. I have to take the punishment," she added.

Miller leaves 'Dance Moms' after fraud case

The Lifetime star announced her departure from the reality TV program amid her sentencing hearing in March. Abby Lee Miller had been leading the show for the past six years before she confirmed her exit. She, however, revealed that she regretted everything she had done for the series.

Abby Lee Miller accused "Dance Moms" of using her ideas and suggestions without giving her proper credit. She also slammed the reality program for disrespecting her privacy. “I regret it. I regret it. Oh, I regret everything," she said of the program.