“She’s strong, but not good. It’s bad and very aggressive,” said a source close to the notorious reality teacher, who was just transferred from prison to a halfway house on March 27. “She is devastated because she has just been released, and now this. She feels cursed.”
The 51-year-old is even planning for the possible end of her life should recovery attempts fail.
“From what I understand, she is getting her affairs in order. She has no family. Everything will go to her close inner circle,” the friend said.
“She doesn’t think she’s going to make this.”
The source said Miller is expected to undergo “aggressive chemotherapy.”
The single star, who does not have children, initially underwent emergency surgery for what doctors believed to be a spinal infection earlier this week. Her surgeon Dr. Hooman M. Melamed told People she was diagnosed with cancer the following day.
Miller is expected to finish her one-year sentence on fraud charges on May 25. It is unknown how the medical crisis will affect her legal status.
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