Abby Lee Miller did jail time for fraud and she has some advice to give Felicity Huffman! On April 8, the Desperate Housewives star pleaded guilty to the charges against her in the college cheating scandal and is expected to face between 4 to 10 months of a federal prison sentence.
Abby, 52, spoke to Inside Edition on April 9 and said, “My advice would be to take a deep breath and if you need a consultant, I’m your girl!”
She continued, “Felicity’s a big star and I think when she gets there, they’re going to be out for her and I don’t necessarily mean the other inmates. I think they will welcome her with open arms. It was definitely the guards.”
The Dance Moms star then revealed guards would pick on her in prison. She said, “They’re supposed to call you by your name or your number and they would say, ‘Where’s that Dance Moms lady? Where’s that dance lady? We’re gonna get her!’”
Abby lastly told Felicity, 56, “Be respectful of everyone, keep a very low profile, be kind to people. Tell your story but listen.”
Although Abby seems supportive of the Desperate Housewives star, she doesn’t think Lori Loughlin’s rejection of a plea deal is smart. “Maybe Lori thinks that this is ridiculous that this is happening and she’s just not facing reality,” the Dance Moms coach said.
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