Former “Dance Moms’ star Abby Lee Miller turned herself into the Federal Correction Institute, Victorville, earlier today to begin serving her 366-day prison sentence, according to Entertainment Tonight.
The often-snippy dance coach arrived at the facility in the back of a blacked out Suburban at 12:05pm, almost two hours ahead of her 2pm deadline. Lifetime recently filmed a special on Miller for a special which will air tonight, and include footage of her arrival to surrender.
Miller was found guilty of bankruptcy fraud in Pittsburgh in May, and earlier this month, a judge granted her request to serve her time in a facility closer to her home in San Bernardino County.
The TV personality allegedly hid more than $775,000 in earnings from the courts, and must now pay a fine of $40,000 and a $120,000 judgment. She will be on probation for two years after her release.