Abby Lee Miller Prone to “Fits of Hysterical Crying” in Prison — Report
We know prison isn’t supposed to be a fun experience, but Abby Lee Miller’s time so far sounds like total hell.
The former Dance Moms star reported to the Federal Correctional Complex in Victorville, CA, on July 12, and in less than two months, she’s reportedly managed to alienate herself and get into fights with her fellow inmates.
And now she may be on the verge of a nervous breakdown!
“She has these fits of hysterical crying,” her former fellow inmate Holli Coulman tells Life & Style.
“A very good friend of mine described it as 'bats—t crazy crying.'”
Holli continues, “She’s been cleaning the bathrooms, toilets, and showers. The staff shine flashlights in her face and make comments, and the inmates want to see her taken down a peg.”
As awful as that sounds to endure, it’s not a total surprise given the behavior we’ve heard she’s exhibited in recent weeks.
A source recently detailed that the choreographer “has done a great job at alienating herself” with her “narcissistic and lazy” demeanor.
“The women literally loathe her,” the insider stated.
Apparently, the 50-year-old will stow away in her cell and read magazines about herself, choosing not to interact with other prisoners, whom she calls “jailbait.”
“She is always reminding everyone that she is a ‘millionaire’ and does not deserve to be in there,” the source detailed.
That’s all nothing compared to the physical conflicts she’s allegedly found herself in of late.
The insider shared, “She has gotten violent threats and even almost had a ‘box dropped on her.’ Abby needs to stop being such a diva or she will get a beat down.”
Somehow, Abby is going to have to work through these issues, as her prison term is far from over.
After being indicted for bankruptcy fraud in October 2015 and pleading guilty to the charge in January, she was sentenced to one year and one day behind bars in May.
That means she may not be a free woman until August 2018.
Best case scenario, some speculate she'll serve at least 10 months, followed by a stint at a halfway house, which leaves her with more than 8 months left on her sentence.
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