Abby Lee Miller, the former "Dance Moms" star, has surrendered herself to prison in order to start the 366-day sentence over bankruptcy fraud case. Miller has been captured by the press as she arrived two hours earlier from her deadline. She will be detained at the FCI Victorville facility in Victorville, California.

A report from Entertainment Tonight has further confirmed that Miller has arrived on her black outfit and the press has clearly captured a last glimpse of her before she headed inside the prison cell. Robert Ridge, Miller's attorney, also shared his statement that such day has been the most emotional day for the "Dance Moms" star.

Sentence by the court

As Miller headed in to prison, Ridge has issued a statement about the sentence that the former "Dance Moms" coach has faced. He shared that several days ago, Miller had already been looking forward to starting her 366-day sentence. He further revealed that she has been ready to face the obligations that she will complete that was set forth by the court.

Meanwhile, she also considered it as an end in sight. She has finally accepted that such matter has to be faced by her behind bars. Apparently, this has been the most painful chapter that Miller has to deal with in her life. As she headed in, numbers of cameras have followed her in order to capture her official check into the California facility.

Bankruptcy fraud

Prior to her 366-day sentence, Miller has been filmed by some journalists who asked her about her sentence. Apparently, the said TV special will finally be aired on Wednesday. Another report from Entertainment Tonight also confirmed that the former "Dance Moms" star was found guilty over her bankruptcy fraud case back in May.

Since then, she has been already aware that she will be placed in prison. She was supposedly ordered to be detained on June 30; however, one of the reports has confirmed that it will be moved in July. It was also known that Miller has requested to serve her time in the California facility. Luckily, her request has been granted by the court.

In addition to her sentence, Miller has also been ordered to pay an amount of $40,000 by the Chief Judge, Joy Flowers Conti. Apart from the fine, she is also slated to serve two more years in the probation following her 366-days behind the bar. During her probation period, she will only be allowed to live in a certain place that will be approved by the probation officer.