Abby Lee Miller has implied she's writing a memoir about her hard time in prison.
But RadarOnline.com readers learned that news months ago!
On Friday, June 8, Miller posted a photo on Instagram to honor her pals on "Best Friends' Day."
She captioned a shot that showed the smiling former Dance Moms star when she was still behind bars in Victorville, California visiting with five friends.
Miller wrote, "I have wonderful BFF's all around the World, I want them to know how much they are truly loved & cherished! Thanks to the lovely ladies in this picture for giving up their weekends & driving out to the desert month after month to keep my spirit alive!"
She added, "Without their updates about the real world I'm not sure I would've survived! Someday, when I tell my prison story - you will all learn what happened to me when this photo was first posted on IG! #abbyleemiller #dancemoms #aldc #aldcla."
RadarOnline.com exclusively reported last year that the 51-year-old former TV star had hired a ghostwriter to pen her post-prison autobiography.
According to the RadarOnline.com source, Miller began the tome while still serving her sentence in Victorville federal prison for not reporting an international monetary transaction and one count of concealing bankruptcy assets.
The jail insider said back then, "Abby has been tipping off the writer with info while she's been in Victorville."
RadarOnline.com also exclusively revealed on March 27 that Miller had been transferred from Victorville federal prison to a halfway house in Van Nuys, California. Just days later, however, Miller was hit with a huge medical crisis!
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