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Maddie Ziegler Says She’s Never Talking To Abby Lee Miller Again After ‘Dance Moms’ In ‘Eight Peace’

Maddie Ziegler is opening up about her relationship with former dance instructor and dance Moms Star Abby Lee Miller. in a new interview with CosmopolitanThe 19-year-old actress revealed that she hasn’t spoken to the infamous dance coach since she left the show and Miller’s dance company in 2016.

“I feel at peace,” she tells the publication of her current relationship with Miller. “Definitely.”

Ziegler, who was Miller’s star dancer, and her younger sister, Mackenzie, left the show in Season 6—a decision Ziegler says made her feel guilty at first. “She was distraught. For the longest time, we felt so guilty,” Result Says the actress.

“He coached me, he helped me, but at the same time, I knew I’d be fine without him and I was sick of living in a toxic environment. I was like, ‘This isn’t for me. I can’t do this’ can.’ I haven’t spoken to him since.”

Ziegler says his time on the show was great, until the competition and atmosphere became too much for him. “It’s hard when you’re really loyal to your dance group,” she said of initially thinking about leaving the series.

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“I was the most loyal girl out there; I just wanted to dance. And I loved competing until it became television and the drama started. Don’t get me wrong—whether there are cameras or not, there’s drama! But it was extended. It seemed to me, there is so much peace outside this world. I can’t be in it. My family and I really tried to go through the last three seasons. But when you’re in a contract, it’s really hard. Eventually I got out.”

Following dance moms, Ziegler continued to find success. Soon after leaving the series, she became the primary star of Sia’s music video, most famously, “Chandelier.”

Miller, on the other hand, didn’t have that much luck. In 2016, he pleaded guilty to bankruptcy fraud charges and of bringing $120,000 worth of Australian currency into the country without reporting it. She was originally sentenced to one year and one day in prison, but her stay was cut short after eight months due to health issues.

In April, she spoke with ET and called dance Moms Families that didn’t have her back as she struggled with health and financial troubles.

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“Shame on you. Shame on you after what I did for you, your kids – helped you make a lot of money. You couldn’t come visit me for eight and a half months? You didn’t send a card, a letter.” Could you?” Miller asked about dance Moms The families he has worked with over the years.

“I was getting mail from kids from other countries and, somehow, little 12- and 13-year-old girls getting addresses,” she continued. “They were getting their cards and letters to me and the people here, that I taught their kids before the television show – they were very happy customers at first. dance Moms And then during that time, they were stars, they were making money, they were on top of the world – and you’re just going to dump me?”

Miller continued, “It doesn’t hurt anymore, because you quickly understand who your friends are.”

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