Abby Lee Miller would be missing some episodes of “Dancing Moms” Season Six.
According to the International Business Times, Miller revealed in a newsletter on Monday that her absence is because of disagreement with one of the Lifetime show’s producers, and not due to her bankruptcy fraud charges.
“If I’ve gone missing from a few Episodes in Season 6, don’t believe anything anybody says. No doubt, I am fighting with a Producer,” Abby wrote.
Miller, who has starred on “Dance Moms” since 2011, revealed that she got upset with the unnamed male producer after she was asked to choreograph a dance about teen pregnancy.
“When a grown man tells me he wants one of my kids to portray a pregnant teen and wear a baby bump — I have to put my foot down,” she wrote.
“If that means not moving my foot and not working and getting fined in the process, well that’s a risk I am willing to take to protect my girls,” Abby added.
Although Miller is having a feud with the show’s producer, she admitted that she is still proud of “Dance Moms” and her students.
This is not the first time that Abby missed some episodes in “Dance Moms,” iBT noted.
In the first few episodes of Season Five, Miller was absent after she transferred her team to the West Coast for ALDC LA (Abby Lee Dance Company Los Angeles).
In October, the reality TV star has been indicted with 20 counts of fraud for allegedly trying to hide her income when she declared bankruptcy five years ago.
The court indictment stated that Miller lied about money she earned from her TV deals, Masterclass studio sessions, and apparel and merchandise sales between 2012 and 2013, ABC News wrote. If convicted, Miller will face up to five years in prison and a fine of $250,000 for each count of the indictment.
Meanwhile, “Dance Moms” Season 6 will premiere on Lifetime on Jan. 5, 2016 at 8 p.m. ET. The cast has been filming the new season in Los Angeles since October, iBT also noted.
Watch “Dancing Moms” Season Six preview below: