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Abby Lee Miller Released Early From Prison

Former star and dance coach on the reality tv show Dance Moms Abby Lee Miller has reportedly been released early from prison and moved into a halfway house in Long Beach.

Miller was originally due to be released from prison on June 21 after being sentenced to one year and one day in prison for one count of concealing bankruptcy assets and one count of not reporting an international monetary transaction. She was also fined $40,000 and ordered to pay a $120,000 judgement.

According to E! News her release date was moved up to May 25 and she is now expected to serve the final two months of her sentence in a halfway house after being transferred from the FCI Victorville prison in California.

The terms of Miller’s early supervised release state that she must adhere to specific conditions such as refraining from unlawful possession of a controlled substance or committing another federal, state or local crime.

She also must not have access to any dangerous weapons or be in contact with anyone engaged in criminal activity.

Miller will also have to report to a probation officer who will oversee her probation restrictions, living arrangement and will make sure she is carrying out full-time lawful employment.

During her time in prison, Miller spent her time learning new skills such as passing a real estate class and receiving a personal finance diploma. She stated back in February that, “I’m surviving because the fire inside me burns brighter than the fire around me.”

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