Abby Lee Miller may want to watch her back. A purported former employee of Abby’s hit reality series “Dance Moms” is claiming some of the infamous dance coach’s students are gleeful over her recent indictment.

In Touch Weekly claims to have spoken with an unidentified former employee of the Lifetime show in their Nov. 2 print issue. According to the magazine’s source, “everyone,” including Abby’s dancers, are downright gleeful that the 49 year old was charged with bankruptcy fraud, among several other charges, last week. Now, the insider tells the tabloid they think justice has been served.

“She’s truly a despicable person. She’s tolerated because she makes for good TV, but everyone, including her dancers, are jumping with glee at the news,” the source said. “So often, bad people get away with things, but in this case, Abby is getting exactly what she deserves.”

While Abby’s ALDC (Abby Lee Dance Company) students and adult “Dance Moms” co-stars have not spoken out about her charges, that hasn’t stopped Cathy Nesbitt-Stein, Abby’s former on-screen nemesis, from sharing her two cents about the situation. 

The U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Western District of Pennsylvania announced Oct. 13 that Abby was being charged with bankruptcy fraud, concealment of bankruptcy assets and false bankruptcy declarations. The “Dance Moms” lead is being accused of hiding just over $755,000 in income from 2012-13. The reality star faces up to $5 million in fines and five years in prison if convicted. She is due to appear in court in Pittsburgh Nov. 5 for her arraignment.

“Dance Moms” began shooting its sixth season earlier this month. Despite her impending court appearance, Abby was present for the show’s latest competition in Calabasas, California, Oct. 17. 

Abby has not commented on her legal situation.