It's official: Abby Lee Miller is no longer in the big house.
But the former Dance Moms host is not yet living in her own house just yet, either.
So... where is the irritating, self-aggrandizing, bullying reality star?
According to TMZ sources, Miller has been moved from the Victorville, California prison in which she's been forced to reside for months to the Residential Reentry Center in Long Beach.
This is a halfway house.
Such a facility will provide the ex-Lifetime star with a "safe, structured and supervised environment," as described by the aforementioned website, where she'll be given employment counseling, job placement and financial management assistance.
This is, of course, ironic for multiple reasons.
For starters, Miller was indicted in 2016 on 20 counts of fraud after prosecutors claim she hid $755,000 in income from the government.
She was sentenced in May of 2017 to 366 days in federal prison.
But Abby has made the most of this time, by which we mean she's done the most she can do to remain relevant and ensure herself of a big payout upon her release.
In January, Miller shared the above photo of herself in jail, releasing a statement at the time that proved she has learned basically nothing from her mistakes.
"Sometimes in life you make mistakes. I trusted the wrong people and didn’t pay any attention to things I should of," said Miller at the time, blaming her advisors for her bankruptcy fraud conviction.
She went on to pat herself on the back, while simultaneously shooting down chatter that she's been complaining and whining about life behind bars:
"My world flipped upside down when I had to enter prison. I did so with grace, the stories you read about me been a princess are untrue.
"I have made friends with both inmates and staff, I’ve tried to better myself, participated in anything offered to me and I am a better person for this experience."
Miller rose to fame years ago as the lead choreographer on Dance Moms.
She often yelled at her kids and got into fights with their parents, earning a reputation as someone who is tough-minded, stubborn and, some have said, verbally abusive.
She then quit Dance Moms in a lengthy Instagram post that slammed producers for the tiny budget she had allegedly been given, saying many times over that she had been treated unfairly.
Someone really needs to buy Miller a violin she can just play for herself at all times.
Has anyone ever thrown herself so many pity parties?
The thing is, it's almost certain that Miller will earn some kind of huge payday once she's actually a fully free woman.
We have no doubt she'll earn a pretty penny for some kind of exclusive interview with a tabloid or a news magazine, while probably even being named the star of some reality show.
Remember Teresa Giudice?
She went to jail for a similar financial crime, came out and was instantly made the highest-paid woman on The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
This is just the world in which we live.