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As previously reported, Abby Lee Miller may be going to jail.

But the irritating Dance Moms star, who pleaded guilty to bankruptcy fraud in June, will not learn her fate until December.

Her sentencing has been delayed from October until the final month of the year.

Abby Lee Miller is the Worst

This isn’t cause for Miller to celebrate, however.

She said this week on the podcast Allegedly that everything sucks and we should all feel terrible for her. More or less, that is.

"It’s a fact of life, I made mistakes," Miller told hosts Theo Von and Matthew Cole Weiss on Monday. "I thought I was doing the right thing, I thought I had guidance. I thought I was on the up and up, and I wasn’t."

Yeah, look: we’re not about to waste a second of our day feeling any sort of pity for Abby Lee Miller.

First, we often watch Dance Moms online. She’s an abusive bully. 

Second: Miller has admitted in court that she concealed assets and lied about her income after filing for bankruptcy back in 2010.

Specifically, she did not reveal to authorities payments of more than $755,000 that she earned from TV show appearances, merchandise and dance lessons at her studio.

Is this sort of crime akin to murder? No, obviously.

But it’s not a crime of passion or emotion, either. (NOTE: WE are totally not condoning murder.)

It’s a drawn out, elaborate scheme, the kind that can only be committed by spoiled rich people. (Just ask Teresa Giudice and Joe Giudice.)

Please do not try to tell us you thought you were doing any kind of "right thing" here, Abby. Do not insult our intelligence.

"I think if I didn’t have a sense of humor and I couldn’t crack some jokes now and then I would have already gone insane," Miller added on the podcast, admitting that she’s "scared to death" of going to prison and referring the situation as "humiliating and embarrassing."

Good, we say!

Miller faces up to 10 years in prison.

But sources say she’ll likely serve between 24-30 months… and would anyone really be surprised if she gets off with an even lighter sentence?

"If I can be an example from other people, you really have to learn. I did all the things I thought I should do, and I still screwed up, big time," she whined this week.

"I’m not going to deny anything, they were my mistakes. I am taking full responsibility for them, I have to.

"There’s no passing the buck. … If I did it wrong, I was wrong."

There’s no IF, Abby. You did wrong. You pleaded guilty to your crimes.

And you are no martyr. Do not set yourself up as someone from whom other people can learn.

Other people do not have $775,000 they can hide from the government.

"I have great friends, unfortunately they’re around the country, they’re not here," she said before breaking down into tears.

"It used to be the moms until recently and I don’t know, you know."

No, we don’t know. We’ve never committed financial fraud.

In conclusion, Miller says the following:

"I want people to know that I’m human … I’ve been through Hell."

Go ahead and pity Abby Lee Miller at your own risk.

But you know what we always say: do not do the nauseating white collar crime if you cannot do the time.

Also: You suck so very much, Abby Lee Miller.