Former Dance Moms lead choreographer and instructor Abby Lee Miller has reported to the Victorville Federal Correctional Institution in California in July 2017 to serve her 366 days Prison Sentence. She pleaded guilty to fraud charges for hiding over $700,000 revenue from the hit Lifetime reality show including her other projects. She has made headlines during her prime in the reality show for being tough, demanding but compassionate instructor to the girls. Most of them hated her behavior, but some people stood by her and said that the show soars high for years because of her.

Recently, reports suggest that the 50-year-old dance enthusiast has made enemies behind bars.

Do inmates hate her too?

Holli Coulman, a former inmate of Victorville Prison recently told Life & Style that the former “Dance Moms” instructor appears to have no friends in jail. "She has these fits of hysterical crying. A very good friend of mine described it as 'bats--t crazy crying,'" Coulman said. "She’s been cleaning the bathrooms, toilets, and showers. The staffs shine flashlights on her face and make comments, and the inmates want to see her taken down a peg." It looks Miller is having a hard time even in prison as her fellow inmates obviously don’t like her.

Miller is scared about her incarceration

Abby Lee Miller previously admitted that she fears for her life in jail as she might get abused or even raped. However, she said that she has to keep herself busy and avoid thinking about her imprisonment, so she doesn’t have just to sit and cry all day. She has bluntly slammed the “Dance Moms” producers and said that they disrespected and mistreated her during her time in the show.

She added that they would also do the same to Cheryl Burke, who was tapped as the temporary lead choreographer in the show.

The feud

Miller went on to say that while the “Dance Moms” producers are treating Cheryl Burke well at this time, they will surely do what they did to her one day. However, the producers reportedly said that the show’s doors are still open for Miller and she can always make a comeback whenever she wants.

Unfortunately, it looks like it won’t happen especially that she seemed to have a grudge against the producers. Additionally, working with Burke may not be a good idea after all.

Miller was tough in “Dance Moms” that even some of her former students slammed her for it. Some of the girls’ mothers also criticized her for being demanding. Nonetheless, Miller said that she’s proud of what she has done in the show.