'Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller moved to halfway house

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The 51-year-old reality star was released from the Federal Correctional Complex in Victorville, California, prison on Tuesday.

Miller was spotted at the center on Wednesday, where photos were snapped of the reality TV cast member standing outside in an oversized t-shirt and baggy shorts. She will not have to wear an electronic monitoring device but she will have to return before curfew.

This news comes nearly exactly one year after Miller announced she was leaving the Lifetime show that made her famous, six years after the premiere.

As for her life in a halfway house, Miller's former prison consultant and coach, Jennifer Myers, tells ET that while it's "fantastic news" that she's out from behind bars, "some of the women [in facilities such as these] have complained and say it is worse than prison".

Abby Lee Miller's stint in the big house for shady financial moves ended today with the formerDance Moms host getting an expected early release for good behavior, we hear.

"You must refrain from any unlawful use of a controlled substance".

"You must cooperate in the collection of DNA as directed by the probation officer".

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After her release, Miller is set to be watched by authorities for two years.

According to Myers, Miller will go through a strict orientation for a week before she can start working on her job.

The reality TV maven will also not be allowed to communicate with anyone known to have engaged in criminal activity, can not be arrested and can not "pose a risk to another person or organization".

A federal bankruptcy judge was ready to approve Miller's reorganization plan when he came across several of Miller's television appearances that she didn't disclose.

She has also reportedly lost over 100 lbs. and is committed to maintaining a healthier lifestyle. The charges against Miller followed.

In October 2015, Miller was found guilty of 20 counts of fraud after she allegedly tried to hide $755,000 in income from the U.S. government. Miller's original sentence called for her to be incarcerated for one year and one day (366 days) when she was sentenced last May. Miller shared her diploma on her Instagram account.

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