These past couple years have been difficult for Abby Lee Miller. The Dance Moms television personality has faced jail time and health scares, often at the same time. Since these troubles were often faced away from the cameras, especially given their private details, there are many people left unaware of the great severity of Miller's struggle. But on the reality TV star's social media, Abby Lee Miller provided insight and honesty into the hardships she has faced, along with a picture of her scars. You can read Abby Lee Miller's statement and see her photo below.
As Abby Lee Miller revealed on Instagram on Thursday, she recently passed the one-year anniversary of her emergency spinal surgery. There was an infection located in her back, a tumor that turned out to be Burkitt Lymphoma. It was understandably a tough time. Miller claims she had to endure 10 rounds of chemotherapy. And the worse of it isn't quite over yet. Miller needed another spinal surgery after the fact, and the TV star claims another surgery will need to follow.
There's no denying that Abby Lee Miller's struggles are severe in nature; it sounds like she barely made it out with her life. As she later admitted, Miller tried to tell the doctors about the serious of her inflictions, but she claims that they weren't exactly listening to her or taking her health concerns quite as seriously as she was.
Ultimately, it is still a hard road ahead for Abby Lee Miller. But the celebrity dance mom is thankful for the medical experts who are providing her with the proper care.
As it was reported one year earlier, Abby Lee Miller almost died of a spinal infection. The original report noted that the reality TV celebrity was complaining about back problems for an extended period of time, and she was at the risk of being permanently paralyzed if the operation didn't happen in a quick fashion.
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Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.
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