Abby Lee Miller is currently serving a 366-day prison sentence at FCI Victorville and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned from a jail insider that she will NOT be getting a traditional Thanksgiving meal tomorrow, by any means! Click through seven shocking photos to find out all the details of the fallen 51-year-old Dance Moms diva’s sad and lonely holiday behind bars!
“Abby Lee is going to miss eating Thanksgiving dinner in the dining hall, as the meal is served at 11:00 a.m. and she will be in visitation during that time,” a jail insider told RadarOnline.com. “However, she will be allowed to pick up her to-go box at the Officer in Charge’s office outside once her visitor leave, which will be at 3:00 a.m.”
“The meal consists of some dried up turkey, canned cranberry sauce, canned corn, green beans, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, one roll with a small pad of butter, one slice of pumpkin pie and one slice of pecan pie,” the insider revealed.
As previously reported, Miller has barely had any visitors since she first entered FCI Victorville in California several months ago. But according to the source, she’s been looking forward to her Thanksgiving visitor for weeks! “She’s been primping for her visitor and had her hair cut and colored for the visitor, using commissary-bought hair dye. She’s even paid an inmate to style her hair for her,” the insider insisted. So, who is it?
“Abby Lee’s visitor tomorrow is a book publisher that was approved by the BOP to visit her. She has been talking about it all week! It appears that Abby Lee has a book deal in place,” the source revealed. “But she has not written anything since she’s been locked up and has a ghost writer penning her book. She also has a person sending out her tweets!”
Sadly, it seems that Miller hasn’t made any friends inside Victorville! “She still doesn’t get it that the women cannot stand her. They go out of their way to make sure they drop trash when she’s sweeping and purposely leave a mess that she has to clean. She still has not learned to be humble and grateful,” the source added.
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