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Abby Lee Miller diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma
April 18th, 2018 under Dance Moms. [ Comments: none ]


Yesterday, it was revealed that Abby Lee Miller went under emergency surgery for an infection affecting her spine. Turns out it was not an infection, but it is most likely Burkitt lymphoma, a form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. According to Eonline, they are waiting for the final results of the test before they confirm the diagnosis.

Lymphoma Action describes it is a rare, fast-growing cancer of the lymph nodes that is often fatal if not diagnosed early. If it diagnosed early, then she will go under intensive chemo-immunotherapy, which is chemotherapy with antibody therapy. The site says she will most likely start treatment immediately and stay in the hospital throughout all of it. Her prognosis is good if she responds to therapy.

Dr. Hooman Melamed also told the E! that she may require an additional surgery on her back.

She has a rough couple of months ahead of her, so here is to hoping those months go as smoothly as possible.

I wonder what happens to remaining part of her sentence. Will they just let her go with time served or will she have to go back to the halfway house when she is done with all of the therapy for the cancer and to rebuild her muscles?

Talk about having a really sh!tty year. She started it out in prison and then it will continue with months in the hospital and therapy. She was a little over a month from getting her life back and now it is going to take longer until she can teach dance again.

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Abby Lee Miller might be paralyzed from a spinal infection
April 18th, 2018 under Dance Moms. [ Comments: none ]


Abby Lee Miller has been taken to the hospital twice since she got out of prison and moved to a halfway house late last month; and the second time proved to be almost fatal for her.

According to People, she was diagnosed with a rare spinal infection that left her paralyzed from the neck down. Doctors were perplexed why she lost sensation from the neck down, so they did a CT. It was then that they saw she had an infection that started at her neck and went down her spine. A very rare condition according to Dr. Hooman M. Melamed, her doctor at the hospital.

Once they knew what was going on, they rushed her into a surgery. People says, “The almost five-hour surgery required an 18-inch incision on her back as Melamed had to remove the back part of several vertebrae to back to relieve pressure her spinal cord.”

Since the surgery, she has started to regain feeling in her body, which is a good sign. When it comes to if she will ever walk again, her doctor told the magazine it depends on how she recovers.

Right now, she in the ICU and they are hoping to transfer her to a rehab facility by the end of the week. That is if she does not require another surgery. If all goes well, then she will get physical therapy in rehab and hopefully, she will be back to her old self.

No matter how you feel about the dance teacher turned reality star, please take a moment to pray for her. She is going to need all the prayers she can get so that she can walk again.

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Abby Lee Miller says she’s ready to get back to teaching
February 6th, 2018 under Dance Moms. [ Comments: none ]


Abby Lee Miller is currently serving her time in federal prison and it is reported that she will be getting out soon. Some have wondered what she will do when she is released and yesterday she gave us a hint of what that will be. She posted on Instagram that she misses her studio and then added, “Can’t wait to get back to teaching.”

It will be interesting to see if she has students to teach. I mean, parents will want to send their kids to her because of Dance Moms. But now that there is no Dance Moms to return to, will there be as much as interest as there was before?

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Abby Lee Miller breaks her silence from prison
January 21st, 2018 under Dance Moms. [ Comments: 1 ]


Abby Lee Miller has been in federal prison for 6 months and we have not seen or heard from since she entered Federal Correctional Complex in Victorville on July 12th. Today, she broke her silence and shared the above photo with the below message.

Sometimes in life you make mistakes I trusted the wrong people and didn’t pay any attention to things I should of. I’m more than sorry for the mistakes I have made.
My world flipped upside down when I had to enter prison. I did so with grace, the stories you read about me been a princess are untrue. I have made friends with both inmates and staff, I’ve tried to better myself, participated in anything offered to me and I am a better person for this experience.

All the press stories and speculation are not entirely correct however, I am feeling hopeful but no dates have been confirmed at this time.

I am feeling great and ready to turn over a new leaf thank you so much to everyone for your support especially my nearest and dearest I love you all ❤️ ( and yes this is me in prison )
#abbyleemiller #abbylee #dancemoms #dance #aldc

There were rumors earlier this week that she was getting out next month for good behavior, but I guess those rumors are not completely true.

When it comes to if she is a changed woman, like her release date, only time will tell if it is true. It will be interesting to see if Lifetime will give her own show when she is finally free or if another network will hire her. She’s the new Mama June in the basic cable world, so you know she will be doing Abby Lee After Prison on one of those channels.

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Cheryl Burke says that Abby Lee Miller ‘traumatized’ the girls
September 21st, 2017 under Dance Moms, Dancing with the Stars. [ Comments: 2 ]


We are still a few weeks away from Cheryl Burke’s debut on Dance Moms, but she is already talking about the Lifetime show to Us Weekly.

She told the mag that the week before Abby Lee Miller quit the show, she had met with the producers. Then her manager heard that dance teacher was gone, so he offered up his client as a replacement.

What was her take when she joined the show? She described it as, “It was tough, there were a lot of tears, anger and insecurity. It was shocking to me. I couldn’t believe these beautiful girls that have zero confidence. That’s not the way to live life.” Then she explained why she thinks they are like that, “They said they’d been traumatized by Abby and her teaching methods. That’s a shame because with teenagers it’s so important to mentor them.” And she says she mentors the young dancers without raising her voice at them. She might not be a screamer like Miller, but she is not easy on them.

To see how she teaches Chloe, Nia, Kalani, Kendall and Camryn, you will have to tune into Lifetime starting on October 18th.

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