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Abby Lee Miller’s Infamous Dance Studio CLOSED Amid Prison Nightmare

Jul. 20 2017, Published 9:57 a.m. ET

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Abby Lee Miller put her dance studio, Abby Lee Miller Dance Company LA, up for rent when she was sentenced to one year and one day in prison for fraud charges. Now, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that her studio has been sold!

“No, it is not available,” Real Estate Agent Erica Taylor confirmed. “The space has been leased.”

An available for rent sign could be seen on the back of Miller’s Los Angeles studio, which is located on Santa Monica Blvd, in May.

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“The space is available for rent,” Taylor revealed at the time. “It went up for rent a couple of days ago.”

The space is 8,692 square feet, with the realtor charging $3.50 per square foot.

But ALDC LA isn’t out of business, as Miller opened up a new location!

On the former Dance Moms star’s Instagram account, a video of workers putting up the ALDC logo on the new studio was posted.

“It’s up and ready to go guys, right off the freeway,” a social media rep running the account said. “Really close to our old location. It's 11316 Santa Monica.”

But Miller won’t be able to visit her new studio until she completes her prison sentence.

As Radar reported, Miller pled guilty to not reporting an international monetary transaction and one count of concealing bankruptcy assets in June 2016.

She was sentenced to one year and one day in prison. The incarceration will be followed by two years of supervised release.

Miller has a new profession while behind bars at FCI Victorville – cleaning toilets!

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“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,” a source told Radar. “She was ordered to clean the toilets on Friday and Saturday.”

Miller is making 12 cents an hour for her labor, which is the maximum an inmate could make at the facility.

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