Abby Lee Miller Has Some Prison Advice For Felicity Huffman

Felicity Huffman is one of the most popular actresses in Hollywood and recently she faced an accusation of her involvement in a college admissions scandal. Now that she has pled guilty, she is facing a 14 day time behind bars. We can say that her biggest worry right now is her career. Although the sentence is very less, it can also prove to be a harsh time for her and her career.

Just this year, she starred in a Netflix original movie ‘Otherhood’, where she played the role of a mother sad after feeling forgotten by her son along with actresses Patricia Arquette and Angela Bassett. All three of them play the role of three mothers who go on a trip to meet their sons who make them feel forgotten on Mother’s Day. Her role in the movie was amazing and she didn’t fail to impress the audience.

However, now she is going to spend 14 days in prison and it seems like a famous personality and former inmate, Abby Lee Miller has some tips for Felicity Huffman. The ‘Dance Moms’ star spent time in Federal Prison back in May 2017. Her sentence was for one year and one day in federal prison and the charges were that of fraud and custom fraud.

During the success of her show ‘Dance Moms’ in 2015, she got charged for hiding an amount of $775,000 which was a part of her earnings. Also, she has her friends travel while carrying $120,000 of that money in their baggage. In 2016, Miller pled guilty to Bankruptcy Fraud and she faced a one year and one-day sentence. However, they had to release her early due to her health conditions which later revealed that she had spinal cancer.


Now, Miller is cancer-free and back to work for another season of “Dance Moms’. She said that she faced bullying in prison by the guards and she shared her experience with the media. Also, she now has some tips for Felicity Huffman who is facing 14 days behind bars.

According to the article “Felicity Huffman Gets Some Prison Tips From Abby Lee Miller”, Abby Lee Miller said “The first day going in is the most stressful. There is a big, huge room with bunk beds. She’s not going to get a job because she won’t be there long enough. She’s not going to learn how to be a plumber and how to do HVAC”.

This seems like some useful advice for Felicity Huffman and if she will be able to revive her career of not, is the question that we will get the answer soon enough.