Abby Lee Miller Gets Emotional on ‘Dance Moms’: “I Feel Like a Whore” (VIDEO)
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Abby Lee Miller Gets Emotional on ‘Dance Moms’: “I Feel Like a Whore” (VIDEO)

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Tears will be shed on next week’s episode of Dance Moms, but that’s not really a surprise, right?!

Abby Lee Miller took a three-week hiatus from instructing the girls, but the ALDC teacher is back and people aren’t happy.

But, instead of yelling, screaming, or doing anything the 50-year-old used to do, the reality star gets surprisingly emotional with the other moms.  

In a sneak peek from this Tuesday’s episode, the Lifetime star opens up about the difficulties of coming back to her studio.

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"I think the biggest issue for me is that my coming back would be a bad thing," she says in tears.

"Kendall, from the day she walked in the studio, I thought this kid's face has to be somewhere. I don't know if you would have been able to do this for Kendall without me."

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The parents are not happy with Abby’s return, but she makes it known their children would be nothing without her.

"I built a building. $298,000 that I built so your kids could have a place to dance. I spent a lot of money. You guys didn't. I feel like a whore. I regret everything."

During Abby’s unexpected three week vacation, the ladies were forced to find a new instructor.

Thankfully they were able to recruit Laurieann Gibson who filled in while she was away.

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"I think they learned a lot about themselves from your three-week hiatus, vacation and absence," Nia Frazier's mom Holly says.

"So I think the most important thing is they did a lot of soul searching and a lot came out from that experience."

All of this drama takes place just weeks before Abby was eventually sentenced to one year and one day in prison for bankruptcy fraud.

Speaking of prison, new sources are claiming Abby has not had any visitors since she checked herself in a couple of months ago.

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“Almost every prisoner at Victorville gets at least someone to come visit them on the weekends,” a source told Radar Online.

“She does not even get phone calls except from her hair stylist. It is very sad.”

Not to mention, she can’t even seem to land a friend inside the prison walls.

“No one likes her because she thinks that she is better than everyone. She continues to sit in her cell and when she is able to she loves to watch herself on TV.”

Do you feel bad for Abby Lee? Sound off below!

Dance Moms airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Lifetime.