When Abby Lee Miller was sentenced to jail, she wanted to serve her time close to home so she could have visitors without them having to travel so far. It doesn't matter whether she was far away or near because her friends have been staying away from the Federal Correctional Institution in Victorville, California. Besides, she hasn't made friends behind bars either.

The former "Dance Moms" star has been in Prison since July 12. It has been over two months out of her one-year and one day sentence after pleading guilty to fraud charges. Therefore, she still has a long time to be there.

It is hard for her especially since she hasn't had visitors from the outside world to communicate with.

Abby is very lonely

The 50-year-old inmate is very lonely because she has been accustomed to socializing and being around a lot of people. She has a birthday coming up on September 21, and it probably will be a very miserable time for her. Perhaps someone will remember and visit her on her birthday.

The former reality star's time is turning out to be worse than she thought it would be. She thought some of her close friends would visit from time to time, but so far that has not happened. Most inmates have visitors especially on the weekend except Miller. This makes her feel even worse when she is one of the few women there without visitors.

The only telephone call she gets is from her hair stylist.

No one likes her

Abby is not well-liked in prison because the women say she thinks she is better than everyone else. She sits alone in her cell and doesn't even watch television with the other inmates unless she is able to watch herself on her former reality show.

Because of her enemies, the staff transferred Miller to a different section of the prison away from most of the inmates.

Her room has a very low ceiling. Inside the room, there are two lockers, two plastic chairs, and a small desk. Officials gave her the job of cleaning the bathrooms, toilets, and showers to take her down a peg.

Abby's journey

The outspoken dance teacher spent seven seasons on Lifetime's "Dance Moms." She left the show last March because she believed she was being mistreated by the network and by some of the mothers of her students.

She didn't believe she was getting the credit she deserved. While in prison, she likes to watch herself teaching the kids in the way that she thought was best. Abby is really missing what she loves to do and she is having a hard time adjusting to life in prison.