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TV Star To Kitchen Help! Inside Abby Lee Miller’s ‘Humiliating’ Prison Job

Abby Lee Miller has earned millions as a reality star mogul for the incredibly lucrative Dance Moms franchise.

However, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned from a former inmate at FCI Victorville – the federal prison in California where Miller, 53, is incarcerated – that she will now be making only pennies an hour!

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“Abby will be making 12 cents an hour while she is there and they will most likely give her a kitchen job,” said Hollie Coulman, who was released from Victorville in April after serving a 13 month sentence for wire fraud.

“For the first 30 days she is on admissions and orientation. She won’t be working at all. During that time they will assess where they will put her and she will be working four hours a day after the 30 days is over.”

“The work is a joke. When she is in the kitchen she could also work as a server. But the maximum pay is $5.25 for the entire month,” she said.

Luckily, Miller may still be able to do what she loves most – if she is willing to work for no pay at all!

“Abby could absolutely hold dance classes and be a dance instructor inside of Victorville! They are going to encourage her to get involved as much as possible. The women all know she is coming in and they are definitely going to ask her to teach them to dance,” Coulman, who now works as a paralegal for a criminal defense attorney based in Carlsbad, Calif, told Radar.

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However, there is still a chance that Miller will not get lucky at all, said Director and Founder of Wall Street Prison Consultants, Larry Levine.

“When the BOP gets a high profile inmate, they like to give them the worst jobs they can find so they can demean them,” Levine added.

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