According to a report by ET, Miller's request was granted to serve her time in a California facility instead of returning to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Initially, Miller was to serve in Pennsylvania, where she was found guilty of bankruptcy fraud in May.
Miller will serve at FCI Victorville facility in Victorville, California, which is near her home in San Bernardino. Currently, the facility houses 1,100 men and women offenders, according to ET.
In addition to the prison time, the fallen star was ordered to pay a $40,000 fine and serve two years of probation after release. After the sentencing hearing, Miller cried as she asked the judge for leniency. “My friends and colleagues have shed tears because of my careless mistakes. I have accepted responsibility for my actions and plead guilty to the two charges against me,” she said. “I know that my future is uncertain. I can only assure you that I will never be in front of a court again.”
Those interested in hearing the full story from Miller will not have to wait long. According to ET sources, a special was filmed for the Lifetime Network. The source also described the interview as "riveting," adding that Miller "discussed everything" and was "very emotional" and "broke down a lot."
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