Abby Lee Miller was all smiles when out and about in Los Angeles, Calif., yesterday — and for good reason! The 52-year-old Dance Moms diva is finally a free woman. However, Miller’s mood quickly changed when she arrived back at the Vinewood Residential Reentry Center, where she will be living for the remainder of her sentence. According to multiple sources, the place is a ‘riddled with drug addicts’ and recently-released prison felons who served hard time behind bars! Click through seven shocking photos of the Miller’s new dwelling as RadarOnline.com exclusively reveals all the details about her stay there.
Miller will be living with people "fresh out of custody." "These people don’t have anything so Abby will have to be extra guarded," the source said. "There is no doubt that other inmates are going to try and take advantage of her because they know she has money. This is a dangerous place and the U.S. Marshall is there almost every single day throwing people out who have violated their parole.”
According to a former resident of the RRC, it is “really hardcore” and “riddled with drugs addicts!” But luckily for Miller, she will not be spending too much time there, as she is required to work! “Employment is required there and they will take 25 percent of her pay, which will be quite a chunk of change if Abby goes back into her line of work,” the insider added.
“It is a really weird facility," the source said. "It is kind of laid out like a motel or apartment building. The bottom floor has the administration offices. Upstairs they have bunk beds and the home itself sleeps 70. There are four women to one room."
“During the day, everyone must leave and Abby is going to have to fill out an itinerary to tell the people who run the house exactly where she is going, when and with whom,” the source said.
“But on the weekends, everyone is stuck at the house and Abby Lee will have to keep quiet because they are not going to tolerate her attitude,” the insider claimed.
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