“Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller is facing a 5-year prison charge and $5 million fine against concealment of bankruptcy assets and bankruptcy fraud. It is reportedly said the famous choreographer hid her income by creating a secret account in bank claiming false bankruptcy declarations. Read on to find out more about Abby Lee Miller scoop ahead.
According to Radar Online, Miller is said to have hidden more than $755,000 earnings from reality show Dace Moms produced by Collins Avenue Production. Miller if found guilty, could end up behind the bars for 5 years along with a fine of approximately $5 million. The Pittsburgh grand jury has charged her with 20 counts of fraud in total.
The investigations were made after the judge in her case suspected the flow of money on the show. Even after mentioning many times the indictment of payment to third party members Collins Avenue was not mentioned in the defendants. Miller also directed the production to pay her show talent fees to her mom, Maryen Miller, which was approximate $51,800.
The 49-year-old dance teacher organized the hidden game of money very well. She brought her close confidants along with her in the plan including family members and accountants.
The court is already in the process of investigating the money Miller earned from reality show Dance Moms, Masterclass dance events and online merchandise sales from Abby Lee Dance Company.com.
Abby Lee Miller is the second big name to get trapped in the bankruptcy fraud charge these days after “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice, who is completing her 15-month prison sentence on the same charges.
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