Abby Lee Miller is suffering from the devastating side effects of chemotherapy. In an Instagram story video, bald spots are seen on the former Dance Moms star's head amid her battle with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Miller's hairdresser Diana Kaz said in the video posted on Saturday, May 12, "I haven't seen this lady for a week. Who did this to her hair?"
She then attempted to comb out Miller's tangled locks. "I need some help guys," she said. "How do I get this out?"
Bald spots could be seen in the video, as her hair is likely falling out from chemotherapy treatments.
A day later on Mother's Day, the 51-year-old posted a video of herself sending well wishes to her followers. "Happy Mother's Day to all the wonderful, giving, kind, loyal, caring mothers * not to the ones who owe me money," she captioned the video.
Miller was diagnosed with cancer shortly after being released from prison to a halfway house. She was sentenced to one year and one day in prison for not reporting an international monetary transaction and one count of concealing bankruptcy assets in May 2017.
A source previously told Radar that chemotherapy hasn't been as effective as doctors had hoped. "They are not sure she is going to recover from or make it at this point," an insider previously told Radar. "It is so bad. They are waiting for tests results to come back and then they would know more."
Another insider told Radar she is getting her affairs in order. "Abby Lee's deciding who gets what in her will. She made a few friends in prison and she'd like to reward them. It's a very sad, scary time for Abby Lee. She's never felt so alone!"
Radar reported Miller's show Dance Moms, which she quit in March 2017, has officially been canceled. "Then when she was released, all of this happened," a source said. "The show was put on hold temporarily and now has been canceled completely. Dance Moms will never create another episode. The network feels as though it would be toxic to bring it back to life in another way with someone else."
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