Former Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller surrendered to prison at FCI Victorville last week, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned from an inmate inside that she is still in the dumps – literally.
“Abby Lee is cleaning the unit bathrooms with the other new women right now, and it seems to be what the staff will have her do for the next several weeks. She was ordered to clean the toilets on Friday and Saturday,” the insider revealed.
“She is making 12 cents an hour right now and that is the maximum money that she can make while at Victorville.”
And if that wasn’t bad enough, it appears that Miller’s first five days as an inmate have been pure hell.
“She stayed in her bunk every single day and the other prisoners came by to look at her. She was afraid to venture into the TV rooms because she is trying to avoid any confrontation.”
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, however, Miller, 50, managed to make enemies on day 1.
“Half of the camp dislikes Abby because of the issues with the phones, email and virtual conferencing being turned off,” said source, “And a lot of the ladies just didn’t like her attitude to begin with!”
“Abby’s already complaning, of course. She’s commented on how loud it is, how she is scared of the staff and how she feels that the staff are being unfair to her by shining lights into her face excessively at night,” the source added. “She hates how it is never quiet and said that the food is rather dismal.”
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But according to former FCI Victorville inmate Hollie Coulman – who was released from FCI Victorville in April after serving a 13-month for wire fraud – there is a light at the end of the tunnel for Miller!
“Abby will be able to shop tomorrow inside for the first time. Unfortunately, as far as visitors go, she has to mail out visitation forms to her family and friends that she wants to come visit.”
“By the time she mails them and her counselor receives them back it will be about 30 days. So Abby won’t be having anyone come see her for the next month!”
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