"Dance Moms" coach Abby Lee Miller is moving out of the reality show and she has announced her exit on Instagram. In a post, she has said that she is leaving the Lifetime show as the producers have manipulated, disrespected and used her. However, Lifetime is silent on her statement and has not said anything to deny her allegations.
"Dance Moms" coach Abby Lee Miller will no longer be seen on the Lifetime reality show as she is leaving. According to E! News, Miller has spoken about her exit in her Instagram post wherein she wrote that she will no longer take part in "Dance Moms." Accusing the producers, she has said that they have not given her creative credit for her ideas, awards winning routines, costumes and themes.
Abby Lee Miller also maintained that she does not have any problem working with the kids as she loves children and has dedicated all her life to making children of other people successful. However, she did admit to having a problem with people who never took a dance lesson in their lives and treat women like dirt. So, does this mean "Dance Moms" Season 7 would be the last of the Lifetime reality show series?
Well, Lifetime is yet to comment on the matter and has not issued any statement as yet. However, insiders claim that it is Abby Lee Miller's legal troubles that have forced her to leave the show. Also, it is said that she was always difficult to deal with and she would be going to jail for the monetary fraud she committed. It might be for a short period of time, but she surely will.
It is worth mentioning here that Abby Lee Miller has been a part of "Dance Moms" since 2011 and trained many young dancers on the show but recently she was caught in a fraud case and has been dealing with the legal drama till now.
"Dance Moms" airs on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Lifetime.