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‘I Regret Everything!’ Abby Lee Miller Breaks Down In ‘Dance Moms’ Trailer

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Source: Lifetime

Jun. 21 2017, Updated 4:21 p.m. ET

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Abby Lee Miller is struggling to keep it together! The Lifetime star officially resigned from Dance Moms earlier this year, claiming that producers never gave her creative credit and “manipulated, disrespected, and used” her. The news came a year after Abby pled guilty to charges related to federal bankruptcy fraud. Then in May, a judge sentenced Abby to a year in prison. It’s no wonder the dance teacher can’t keep from crying in the trailer for the show’s upcoming season! Click through to see Abby’s emotional break down.

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The trailer begins with the girls wondering if they’ll ever see Abby again as her case gets under way.

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With Abby’s departure, the moms bring in famed choreographer Laurieann Gibson to train their children. However, Laurieann’s intense methods, which she used when working with Michael Jackson and Beyoncé, prove to be too much for the girls.

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So instead they hire Dancing with the Stars MVP Cheryl Burke to take over dance classes, and she’s exactly what the doctor ordered.

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Unfortunately for Abby, that means she’s officially lost her place in the girls’ lives, and she can’t handle it.

Watch Abby’s emotional break down in the video here. Are you shocked Abby cried in the trailer? Do you think she’ll bounce back from her prison stint? Let us know in the comments below!

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