Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller left federal prison in Victorville, Calif. and moved into a halfway house in Los Angeles to serve the remainder of her sentence. But she shouldn't get too excited, a source told RadarOnline.com.
An insider with knowledge of the re-entry facility told Radar exclusively, “This place is bad. Very bad.”
“They put Abby near where she said her next home was going to be. But the place she's at is riddled with drug addicts!"
“It has a very high crime rate, and the women that are there are not going to put up with her bulls**t! They will not tolerate her attitude at all.”
According to the source, who also served time at Miller's prison FCI Victorville, “Abby will be living in fear the entire time she is there.”
“They do not take kindly to entitled women like her, and I guarantee you that she is going to wish she was back in prison!”
As Radar previously reported, Miller will be living in a halfway house until May 25, which is when her nearly year-long prison sentence officially ends.
After she is done with her stay at the L.A. halfway house, she will be on supervised release for one to three years.
The reality star plead guilty to fraud charges, and checked into prison last July.
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