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Abby Lee Miller Gives Infuriating Explanation for How She Will Spend Her Prison Sentence

Abby Lee Miller on the show “Dance Moms” got a major wake-up call Tuesday when a judge sentenced her to federal prison after she pleaded guilty to bankruptcy fraud charges.

The fiery dance teacher, who founded the famed Abby Lee Miller Dance Company, was brought up on charges in 2012 after hiding $775,000 in income from her bankruptcy creditors.

Miller also attempted to transport $120,000 from Australia into the United States in 2014 declaring it. She later pleaded guilty to both charges.

And despite the star’s status, the Pittsburgh judge didn’t go easy on Miller this week.

Miller was handed down a sentence of one year and one day behind bars, and she will have to serve two years of probation and pay hefty fines upon release.

But in her first interview since receiving the news, the reality star said she felt “relieved” and “peaceful.”

Miller sat down with “Good Morning America” on Wednesday to speak out about her upcoming sentence. The reality star said she’s already thought about how she’s going to pass the time:

“I’m already working on a new book.”

The “Dance Moms” star also seemed to imply that her story could make a great feature film.

Miller said she thought her prison sentence, one year and a day, “sounds like a movie title,” and that she already knows how she’s going to distract herself behind bars:

“I’m just going to pretend I’m shooting a movie and we’re on set and I’m there for 10 months, and that’s the way it’s going to be.”

When asked how she was going to move forward from the negative situation, she said that she is going to “be a smarter businesswoman and also to worry about [herself.]”

Miller claimed she spent too much of her life teaching other people’s children:

“I have spent so much time and so much energy making other people’s children stars. I didn’t have any children of my own. These were my kids, and I raised them like they were my kids.”

Still, she confessed that the whole situation was a mistake and said that she would never have filed for bankruptcy if she knew what was to come.

According to “GMA,” Miller will have to report to prison within the next 44 days.