Abby Lee Miller has never gone public with a romance, but she could find love in prison — with another woman.
“Lesbian relationships runs rampant inside Victorville,” said Hollie Coulman, a former inmate at the same California prison that Miller checked into yesterday afternoon. “We call it ‘gay for the stay’ and if you are looking, you will raise one pant leg up!”
Though many woman do not identify as lesbian or bisexual when they enter the facility, many are swayed to experiment behind bars, Coulman claimed:
“It is not at all uncommon to see a woman who has a husband and family on the outside, and two girlfriends on the inside. It happens all the time.”
According to Coulman – who was released in April after serving 13 months for wire fraud – even though sex is “forbidden” and “punishable” inside, there are still places inside that one can go to get down and dirty.
“The officers do not go in the showers, and it is kind of the place to go to get a little affection,” Coulman told Radar.
As Radar readers know, Miller, 50, pled guilty to one count of concealing bankruptcy assets in 2016. In addition, she also was found guilty to not reporting international monetary transactions. According to court documents, she withheld more than $775,000 in earnings.
She was sentenced to one year and one day, and was granted her request to serve the time near her home in Los Angeles, Calif.
Radar exclusively confirmed with the Federal Correctional Institute in Victorville that Miller checked in at 12:25 pm pt on Wednesday afternoon.
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