“Starting to get so so bored,” she wrote alongside a throwback pic with her famous alums, including Maddie Ziegler and JoJo Siwa. “I don’t function without #dance #dancemoms #abbyleemiller #aldc #comingsoon #newstart #borntodance.” Abby, 51, started her 366-day term behind bars this past summer, so she still has a few months to go. However, she has been making the most of it.
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So today is going to be a good day ❤️ I was given the opportunity to choreograph the Christmas show here in our camp. I’m very excited for all of our family and friends to watch today. Everyone is nervous but I know they are all going to be great #merrychristmas #aldc #aldcla #aldcvictoville #dancemoms
Along with completing two courses in personal finance and real estate, Abby was able to choreograph inmates for a Christmas show inside the jail. “So today is going to be a good day,” she explained last month. “I was given the opportunity to choreograph the Christmas show here in our camp. I’m very excited for all of our family and friends to watch today. Everyone is nervous but I know they are all going to be great.”
She also vowed to dance daily as part of New Year’s resolution. “Can’t wait to say goodbye to 2017!
So many exciting things ahead in 2018,” she wrote. “I want to thank everyone for all the support you have given especially my close friends… it’s true what they say, ‘Hard times will reveal true friends.'”
Abby turned herself in on July 12 after pleading guilty to bankruptcy fraud for not reporting over $100,000 in Australian currency that she brought into the United States, among other charges. Following her jail time, she will also have to complete two years of supervised release and pay a $120,000 judgment — but the reality star already has big plans for her comeback.
“I hope to come out and have a new TV show, a scripted show that I’ve created,” she told Us Weekly. “And it’s kind of, you know, a teenage show where Dance Moms leaves off, what should happen next because I know what should happen next.”