Abby Lee Miller flaunts a 100lb weight loss during Easter outing after her recent prison stint

The 51-year-old dance instructor, Abby Lee Miller, wowed fans with her weight loss feat when she attended Easter church service. 

As reported by Daily Mail, Miller attended a church service in Los Angeles on April 1, 2018. She wore a black sequenced outfit which complimented her new, slimmer physique. 

The Dance Moms star kept her makeup to a minimum, and her long hair was left to cascade down her shoulders. She completed the look with a pair of black shoes and silver earrings. 

Miller was released from the Federal Correctional Complex in California on March 27, 2018, after having served an eight-month sentence for money laundering. 

She was initially sentenced to 366 days and was scheduled to be released from prison in May 2018. Miller will serve the rest of her sentence at the halfway house. 

More than $775,500 worth of income went missing, and Miller also brought $120,000 into the country without reporting it before filing for bankruptcy.  She was incarcerated in July 2017 after she turned herself in, and will receive job-related counseling and financial management assistance for the remainder of her probation period. 

The reality television star underwent gastric bypass surgery in April 2017 and shed more than 100 pounds while behind bars. 

Once released from the halfway house, Miller is adamant to continue her weight loss journey and said she still needs skin removal surgery, as well as a tummy tuck and breast lift. 

During her probation, she 'must refrain from any unlawful use of a controlled substance,' according to court documents. She also has to submit regular drug tests. 

She is not allowed to possess a fireman or weapon, and is forbidden to interact with anyone who 'is engaged in criminal activity.' 

Miller said she is looking forward to returning to the spotlight and told reporters that the sky would be the limit once she is a free woman again. 

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