Stripped Naked! Inside Abby Lee’s 'Degrading' First Days Of Prison Hell
Dance Moms Abby Lee Miller is about to get a HUGE reality check!
The 50-year-old convicted felon entered FCI Victorville federal prison in California on July 12, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned from a newly released inmate that the disgraced reality star's first days will be absolute hell!
“While going through the check-in process, and after she does the paperwork, Abby will be strip-searched for contraband and drugs,” said Hollie Coulman, who was released from Victorville in April after serving 13 months for wire fraud.
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“They will have her go into the bathroom, disrobe and stand over a brown sheet. She will have to then squat and cough. She will then put her hands together and squat," noted Coulman. "Then they ask her to open her mouth and shake her hair out. She will have to lift up each breast to show them she is not concealing anything! Everyone has to go through it, and it is incredibly degrading!”
“After that they will hand her a pair of used underwear, one jogging bra and a t-shirt," Coulman continued. "The most humiliating part is that they put you in a green dress if you are a newbie. She will get socks and a pair of canvas shoes that have been washed so many times they have holes in the bottom.”
“She will get one towel, a laundry bag and two thin blankets along with two pillowcases. She will be one pair of gold bar earrings. After she is done with the paperwork and check in process, she will then be escorted into camp. But the check-in process could take many, many hours.”
According to Coulman – who now works as a paralegal for a criminal defense attorney in Carlsbad, Calif. – camp inside Victorville “looks like a run-down community college or poor elementary school," since "there are 230 women and It is very small. The two housing units are connected together.”
Coulman also noted: “Her celebrity status will not matter once she is inside. Bossy will not work for her. She is going to be stripped of her freedom and it is just so degrading.”
Miller was found guilty of not reporting an international monetary transaction and one count of concealing bankruptcy assets in June 2016. She was sentenced to one year and one day behind bars.
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