In an exclusive interview with Lifetime TV, Abby Lee Miller admitted she is scared of doing her time in prison and worried that she may not survive.
As RadarOnline.com can reveal, the Dance Moms reality star – who is currently serving her 366-day sentence – claimed in an emotional sit-down with The View's Jedediah Bila that she "made lots of mistakes."
As seen in the shocking interview promo, Miller says she "probably won't survive" prison.
While in the clip the star admits she "panicked" just thinking of how her prison sentence would impact her career, she also claimed that she still feels proud for her work on Dance Moms.
"I gave kids a new life. No one can take that away from me. No one," she says.
As Radar previously reported, Miller began her sentence just last week, after being charged with bankruptcy and fraud after she was caught hiding massive amounts of money from her TV projects. Between 2012 and 2013 Miller reportedly hid $775,000.
She was also accused of having split up $120,000 to have her friends carry it in their luggage.
The reality star pled guilty on all accounts and was sentenced to a 366-day sentence in federal prison, plus two years of supervised release.
Various sources are skeptical that Miller will serve her full sentence.
"I'm afraid of being physically abused or raped. "I have to stay busy. If I thought about it every day, I'd just sit around and cry," Miller said to People back in April.
The reality star was also made to pay a $40K fine and $120K judgment charge.
As Radar readers know, Miller has been miserable while in prison, as a source claimed that the once glitzy TV icon may only be making 12 cents an hour – cleaning toilets!
A former Victorville prison inmate also claimed that Miller is "already making some serious enemies on the inside" and the Dance Moms diva has done nothing but stay in her bunk and complain.
Dance Moms: Abby Tells All airs July 25 and Dance Moms premieres August 1 — both at 9 p.m. ET on Lifetime.
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