Abby Lee Miller is struggling to get both her life and career back on track. The Dance Moms star, who is battling cancer, is charging her fans $80 for a personal video message.
In the pay-wall video message site, Miller can be seen sitting up in a bed wearing a red dress with a matching turban giving personal and positive messages to her fans.
In one she offers ‘Ning’ a ‘Happy 16th Birthday’ while in another she encourages fan ‘Samantha’ to work ‘extra hard’ at her dance classes to improve her technique.
“Production is having a hard time finding new cast members,” a source told RadarOnline.com. “A lot of parents don’t want their children affiliated with Abby.”
Miller, 51, was sentenced to one year and one day in prison for not reporting an international monetary transaction and concealing bankruptcy assets.
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Miller was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma diagnosis and is currently in the hospital battling cancer.
“Abby Lee still has a little ways to go before she could film,” the source said. “She’s the same old Abby and in very good spirits.”
Miller recently shared an Instagram clip giving fans an update on her cancer treatments.
She revealed: “This is my final —I have to cry—my final lumbar injection and this is the table they’re putting me on my stomach, and then my arms are underneath me. I can’t move and then they twist it on a diagonal so that your spinal fluid goes down into your spinal cord lower.”
The controversial dance coach has been fighting Burkitt Lymphoma - a rare and fast-growing cancer that affects the lymph nodes – with chemotherapy treatments.
The famous dance teacher has had plenty of problems in recent times – she served jail time at Victorville federal prison for various financial crimes.
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