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Abby Lee Miller was prepared for nearly anything after she was sentenced to a year in prison for bankruptcy fraud.

The irritating ex-Dance Moms host said in a recent interview that she may die behind bars.

Abby Lee Miller is Sad

But Miller was not prepared for the following.

There was simply no way for her to ready herself for the sort of treatment she’s received in jail.

That is, the normal and basic treatment provided to every inmate in said jail.

“Abby Lee was telling people that she was promised special meals and her own room,” a source tells Radar Online. “She has gotten neither!”

The same source describes Miller as "furious" as a result of this grave injustice.

Prior to the start of her 366-day prison sentence, Miller sat down and whined during multiple interviews.

“I’m afraid of being physically abused or raped,” she told People Magazine in April. “I have to stay busy. If I thought about it every day, I’d just sit around and cry."

Abby Lee Miller Bawls and Bawls

In order to fend off potential abuse or rape, the reality star has allegedly hired a bodyguard to keep her safe.

“The bodyguard is getting paid in commissary cash to watch over her cell and make sure that she is not messed with," Radar writes.

Abby supposedly needs extra protection when her back is turned "in the TV room" because she’s "desperately surfing the stations to find out information about herself!”

That’s amazing.

We really hope it’s true.

Miller is a few weeks into her sentence at the FCI Victorville prison in California.

She’s reportedly already gotten into a brawl and lived to tell about it, so perhaps the worst is behind her.

Abby Lee Miller on Season 8

She’ll also be kept a tad busier going forward because she’s set to receive her first job assignment any day now.

Moreover, “she will be done going through admissions and orientation, so she will have a permanent room assignment and job by the end of the month,” Radar says.

We send our thoughts and prayers to her future roommate, who will be stuck in a tiny cell with this annoying bully for hours and hours each day.

Miller, of course, quit Dance Moms back in March, complaining at the time about the way she was treated on set by producers.

The current season is airing on Lifetime, however, with Miller having filmed her scenes several months ago.

But she’ll soon be off the show for good and, well, we’ll celebrate when this happens.

Because she sucks a lot.