The admission scandal at the university reminded us of how far some rich people will go for their children – and two actresses certainly did not come out unscathed. Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin were caught taking part in expensive bribes that helped get their children into college – and now people report Huffman pleaded guilty for paying $ 15,000 to get her daughter’s SAT scores promoted.
It seems that both Huffman and Loughlin may be in jail, and another star notorious for her prison sentence – Abby Lee Miller of the reputation of Dance Moms – has some advice for Huffman. Here is the advice that Miller Huffman has just given and whoever says the Dance Moms star, Huffman must be careful when locked up.
Abby Lee Miller spent 8 months in prison from fraud
We remember that Abby Lee Miller was just known as the tough love dance studio owner of Dance Moms – but between her highly published prison hue and her cancer treatments, she is now completely over the news for her personal life. People remind us that Miller was accused of bankruptcy fraud in 2015 after trying to hide $ 775,000 in revenue from TV efforts. Not only that, but she was also accused of giving her friends $ 120,000 and asking them to carry it in their luggage. She was subsequently convicted in May 2017 for 366 days in the federal prison.
Miller spent eight months of her conviction in prison and was then transferred to a middle house. “Sometimes you make mistakes in life, I trusted the wrong people and I didn’t pay attention to the things I should do. I’m more than sorry for the mistakes I made,” Miller said. Unfortunately, her fight did not end there, because then her cancer was diagnosed shortly after her release. But she learned a lot during the lock-up and has a few wise words for other famous people.
She just told Felicity Huffman to be careful of the prison guards
Huffman will probably be in jail for four to ten months, and Miller told Inside Edition what Huffman would expect. While Miller claims that she met “some of the nicest, prettiest, most intelligent women” while she was locked up, she told Huffman to be wary of prison guards. “She is a big star and I think that when she arrives, they will be for her. And I don’t necessarily mean the other prisoners, I think they will welcome her with open arms. … It was absolutely the guards, “Miller told Inside Edition. She added: “They should call you in your name or your number. They would say: “Where is that dance mother lady? Where’s that dance lady? We’re going to get her. “”
Regarding Miller’s latest advice, she also proposes: “Be respectful to everyone. Keep a very low profile. Be kind to people. Tell your story. Listen.” – and that is acknowledging guilt. “They don’t like it when you fight it. They like it when you say,” I was wrong, punish me, I’ll do my time and let’s move on. ” “
Miller also blames her prison time for making her paralyzed
One of the biggest reasons Miller warned Huffman about prison is because she believes her prison sentence is partly to blame for the diseases she has developed. Miller told Inside Edition that the prison had taken her medication to treat diabetes and thyroid disorders. She believes that this, because she was unable to properly treat her continuing illnesses, makes the tumor that wraps around her spine even worse. “I think taking my medicine led to this whole problem and the reason that I am in a wheelchair and that I am disabled,” she said.
We do not know for sure what the outcome will be of the Huffman and Loughlin lawsuits, but it would not surprise us if they visit Miller for further guidance. From now on Miller is still recovering from cancer and learning to walk again, but she is hopeful for what the future holds, now that her legal problems are far behind.