Abby Lee Miller Seen for the First Time After Early Prison Release
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The 'Dance Moms' alum was spotted lurking outside her halfway house in Long Beach, one day after being released from prison.

AceShowbiz - Abby Lee Miller was spotted in public for the first time since serving eight months in prison. The "Dance Moms" alum lurked outside her halfway house in Long Beach on Wednesday, March 28, one day after being released from prison.

In some photos obtained by Daily Mail, Miller flashed her legs in baggy shorts which she teamed with an oversized white T-shirt. The 51-year-old paired her loose fitting outift with white calf-length socks and black slides. Her brunette hair was kept in a loose updo.

Miller was transferred to the Residential Reentry Center on March 27. The halfway house provides a structured and supervised environment where she'll be given employment counseling, job placement and financial management assistance.

Her former prison consultant and coach, Jennifer Myers, previously revealed that things are "a bit more restricted" in the halfway house than in prison. She explained that Miller "most likely will not be in a cell, there are actual rooms inside the facility."

"She will not be wearing an ankle bracelet or anything like that," Myers added. "When she leaves, she can go wherever, she just needs to be back by curfew, and she will definitely not want to miss that."

According Myers, Miller will go through a strict orientation for a week before she can start working on her job. Visitors will also be allowed to visit the dance instructor during her stay there. "Abby will be able to visit people when they come in, there will be a visiting area," she said.

In addition, her family will bring her clothing, even though "there is a limit to how much you can bring," according to Myers, who added, "She will have more than she was incarcerated with though."

Miller is scheduled to leave the halfway house on May 25, though there is possibility that she can request to serve the last 10 percent of her sentence in home confinement.

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