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Ex 'Dance Moms' Star Maddie Ziegler Is Making Bank Since Leaving The Show & Family Bankruptcy Scandal

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Mar. 25 2016, Updated 5:30 p.m. ET

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Zac Posen - Front Row - Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week

Zac Posen – Front Row – Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week
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Maddie Ziegler may already be worth over $2 million despite her family’s past financial woes, but the young dancer just landed herself quite the gig—which comes with a hefty paycheck!

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PEOPLE's Ones To Watch Event - Red Carpet

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RadarOnline reported that the 13-year-old’s payday for her role in The Book of Henry, to be released later this year, was not too shabby for a teen.

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Maddie reportedly earned $3,459.50 weekly for her role alongside Naomi Watts and Jacob Tremblay and made at least $20,757 for the job.

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People's Choice Awards 2016 - Backstage And Audience

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People’s Choice Awards 2016 – Backstage And Audience
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The former Dance Moms star is not returning to the show to pursue other opportunities along with her acting debut, including a judging spot on So You Think You Can Dance.

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Nickelodeon's 2016 Kids' Choice Awards - Red Carpet

Nickelodeon’s 2016 Kids’ Choice Awards – Red Carpet
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The star dancer’s new sources of income comes just weeks after her family’s past bankruptcy filing came to light.

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People's Choice Awards 2016 - Press Room

People’s Choice Awards 2016 – Press Room
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Her parents, Kurt Ziegler and Melissa Gisoni, filed for bankruptcy in May 2009 and owed $1,214,284.15 to creditors.

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