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Wheelchair-Bound Abby Lee Miller ‘Can’t Move Her Legs’ Amid Cancer Battle

Jan. 4 2019, Updated 10:17 a.m. ET

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Will Abby Lee Miller ever dance, or even walk, again? After the former Dance Moms star was spotted in a wheelchair outside of her cancer rehab center, an insider exclusively told RadarOnline.com that she might never walk again.

“Abby can’t walk at all,” the source told Radar. “Her mind is so sharp, but she can’t move her legs. She has no mobility at all. She is going crazy.”

The insider added how there is “no good news at all for Abby.”

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“Everyone around her is encouraging her and making her feel like there is hope, but it’s not looking promising for Abby Lee to walk again.”

Miller, 51, posted a selfie in her hospital bed with a bracelet that read, “Fall Risk.”

“If I could FALL, I would CRAWL to the MALL,” she wrote. “#Spinesurgery.”

She also revealed over the weekend that she was undergoing another round of chemotherapy.

Radar broke earlier this month that she “is weak and needs a wheelchair to get around.”

Miller underwent emergency surgery in April after being hospitalized for back pain shortly after being released from prison to a halfway house.

Doctors initially believed she had an infection in her spine, but she was then diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

She started her third round of chemo on June 1. She revealed on June 5 that she underwent emergency surgery after a two-hour MRI.

Miller 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.

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