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Abby Lee Miller Accused Of Fraud

Updated on October 15, 2015
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Abby Lee Miller Of Dance Moms Indicated

Abby Lee Miller is in deep trouble, and it relates to bankruptcy fraud. For those of you who do not know who Abby Lee Miller is, she is one of the most well-known dance teachers and dance studio owners in all of America. Abby Lee Miller is not only a dance teacher, but she has also made a name for herself in the entertainment industry, as Abby Lee Miller is the start of the hit show 'Dance Moms,' which is a reality TV show that pretty much follows Abby Lee Miller and her career as a dance teacher and how she trains students for dance competition. The show doesn't just start Abby Lee Miller, as it stars the mothers of some of the main students who are also the focus of the reality TV show.

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Abby Lee Miller And Bankruptcy Fraud Issues

And now for Abby Lee Miller and her bankruptcy fraud problems. For those who do not know, recently Abby Lee Miller was indicated on bankruptcy fraud charges, which is no joke and Abby Lee Miller is facing a potential lengthy prison sentence of around 5 years. Of course there is due-process and this case isn't just going to wrap itself up overnight, so anything can happen with Abby Lee Miller between now and in the foreseeable future.

According to KTLA, Abby Lee Miller was indicated by a federal grand jury on bankruptcy fraud, and this was back on October 13. Asides from Abby Lee Miller facing bankruptcy fraud, she was indicated on concealment of bankruptcy assets and false bankruptcy declarations.

A statement was released saying that Abby Lee Miller came up with a plan to defraud the bankruptcy court after she filed a petition to reorganize her dance studio, and apparently Abby Lee Miller did this by hiding income she earned between 2012 and 2013. She earned money from her performances on her reality show, as well as a spin-off reality show.

According to Fox, Abby Lee Miller hid hundreds of thousands of dollars in income. In matter of fact, that number is a little more than $750,000, which is a lot of dough to hide! Basically, Abby Lee Miller probably got some decent terms to restructure her debts, as a result of hiding all that money.

Abby Lee Miller may have been able to get away with this bankruptcy fraud, but according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the judge was going to approve of the plan for Abby Lee Miller. However, he happened to come across her performances on television and he found out she wasn't telling anybody about her contracts, which were quite lucrative.

We're not sure when Abby Lee Miller will go on trial or what the outcome will be, but Abby Lee Miller should have known better and she should have disclosed everything she was earning and how much cash she had laying around. Let's face it, Abby Lee Miller is wealthy, apparently, and if she really did hide more than half a million of dollars, then this probably means she knew what she was doing and was looking out for her own needs.

Furthermore, as of now it isn't known if Abby Lee Miller will continue on with her reality show or if producers plan to continue on with it amidst this whole bankruptcy fraud situation that Abby Lee Miller has found herself in. Only time will tell what happens with Abby and her charges. Until then, it is a wait and see type of situation.

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