Abby Lee Miller may recently have been attacked by a parent on Dance Moms, but at least the reality star is no longer under attack by her creditors.
TMZ insiders confirm that Miller successfully emerged from bankruptcy in late December, following a Chapter 7 filing from three years earlier.
The Pittsburgh-based dance instructor claimed assets of $325,000 on those 2010 documents, along with debts that totaled over $400,000. Most of the latter was based on a defaulted mortgage.
Miller got into fiscal trouble after falling behind on her real estate taxes, with patron interest waning in her studio and making it difficult for her to meet financial deadlines.
Dance Moms, fortunately, premiered on TLC in 2011 and Miller slowly began climbing out of this hole. Her case was officially dismissed on New Year's Eve and her creditors have been paid in full.
Looking to see more of Miller and her young charges? Go watch Dance Moms online now!