Inside Abby Lee Miller’s First Week in Prison: “[She] Came in Crying!” — Report
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Inside Abby Lee Miller’s First Week in Prison: “[She] Came in Crying!” — Report

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Needless to say, Abby Lee Miller’s first week in prison has not been easy.

The Dance Moms star — who started her sentence on July 12 — was reportedly very emotional when she turned herself in at the FCI Victorville facility last week. 

In fact, the 50-year-old may already be making enemies behind bars, and it’s only been a few days!

“Abby Lee came in crying” Hollie Coulman, who was recently released from Victorville after serving a 13-month sentence for wire fraud, said to Radar Online.

“The women all greeted her and the welcome wagon turned out.”

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Because of the Lifetime star’s erratic behavior, the prison was forced to make some adjustments that did not sit well with the other women.

“From what I am hearing, Abby is bat s—t beside herself. When she came in, the BOP [Bureau of Prisons] turned the email and phones off until 7 p.m. and that made all of the other women very, very angry!” Hollie continued.

“They could not call or communicate with their loved ones and were flipping out. Although it wasn’t Abby’s fault, she is already making some serious enemies on the inside.”

Prior to turning herself in, the reality star had her final meal as a free woman at Craig’s restaurant in Los Angeles.

Now that the ALDC instructor is in jail, she’ll be forced to change her diet significantly.

“Abby Lee is being fed on a $1.10-a-day budget. For breakfast, she is served grits, cereal, whole-wheat bread that she can toast, two pats of butter, an apple or banana, and a small bag of milk for breakfast,” Hollie revealed.

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“She will have about 10 minutes at 6:00 a.m. every morning to eat.”

As for her job, Hollie believes Abby will get one of the coveted positions.

“Abby Lee will become a cook, I can guarantee it,” she shared.

“Overall, Abby Lee’s first week inside is a shocker. She has been in since Wednesday, and she has already been through the counts at 4:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. and the nighttime counts at midnight, 3:00 a.m. and at 5:00 a.m.”

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She continued, “At night, the guards will flash the flashlight in your face and they are very loud. They do it just to wake you up."

Overall, it’s been a difficult adjustment for Abby, but it’ll get easier as time passes.

“The weekend will be a bit easier on her though and she will get time to reflect.”

How do you think Abby is handling prison? Let us know below!