Free At Last? Inside Abby Lee Miller’s Final Hours At FCI Victorville Prison

Feb. 19 2018, Updated 8:29 p.m. ET

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Dance Moms diva Abby Lee Miller is being released from federal prison in Victorville, Calif., where the 51-year-old reality star has served more than seven months of a mandatory 366-day sentence! But RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned from a fellow inmate that Miller’s final hours at Victorville will be spent preparing to check into a “stricter BOP-run halfway house in nearby Van Nuys.”

“Abby had to follow very strict protocol for her exit from FCI Victorville,” the source said. “As far as what she will be allowed to walk out of the prison in, she had to submit a detailed description of exactly what she will wear 60 days prior to her release.”

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The insider explained how Miller requested a "pair of shoes and a very simple outfit."

“The request needed to be detailed, including what type, color, size, etc," the source claimed. "The same thing goes for her bra and underwear. Abby will also be able to take her personal items bought from the commissary. "

The recently slimmed-down single will spend the the remainder of her sentence at a halfway house in Southern California.

“Abby will have to have an approved person who has a documented license plate submit a request that includes the make and model of the car she will use to be transported from Victorville to the halfway house," the source explained. "She will have anywhere from four to five hours to get from prison to the house. She is not allowed to stop at any location other than halfway, where she is allowed to go through a drive through to get some fast food.”

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“Once she arrives, the fun has just begun,” the source told Radar, adding, “It is hell! While she is there she gets no freedom and is still under the BOP rules.”

Once processed, Miller is expected to take a breathalyzer and urine test.

“After they do her BOP-required paperwork and assign her a bunk, she will be required to stay in the room for a few days while they process her info," the source said. "She will be fed awful food provided by the staff and will have a hard mattress, two sheets and one pillow case.”

As previously reported, Miller was sentenced in May 2015 on fraud charges. In addition to prison time , she was ordered to pay $40,000 fine and spend two years on probation following her release from the halfway house.

According to the BOP website, Miller is still in FCI Victorville.

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