‘Dance Moms’ Reality Star Abby Lee Miller Faces 5 Years in Prison For Fraud

Abbie Lee Miller, the tough-talking star of “Dance Moms” was facing possible prison time for fraud after allegedly hiding assets when she filed for bankruptcy.

‘Dance Moms’ Reality Star Abby Lee Miller Faces 5 Years in Prison For Fraud

The unscripted television entertainer was arraigned Tuesday in Pittsburgh by a government excellent jury on charges of chapter 11 misrepresentation, camouflage of insolvency resources, and false liquidation revelations, as indicated by a news discharge from the U.S. Lawyer's Office in the Western District of Pennsylvania.

Mill operator documented a request to redesign her move studio then "plotted to swindle the chapter 11 court by hiding wage she earned somewhere around 2012 and 2013 from her exhibitions on the unscripted television show "Move Moms" and related spinoff TV demonstrates," the discharge expressed.

She was additionally blamed for neglecting to report profit from Masterclass move sessions and the offer of related stock.

The unreported stores totaled over $755,000, as indicated by examiners.

In the event that sentenced as charged, the 50-year-old confronted up to five years in jail and a fine of $250,000 or both for each of the 20 checks in the arraignment.

The show "Move Moms" was in its fifth season on the Lifetime Network.
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