Abby Lee Miller, Maddie Ziegler
Abby Lee Miller’s social media accounts recently posted about Maddie Ziegler. The former co-stars are pictured at the 2015 ASTRA Awards in Sydney, Australia. Caroline McCredie/Getty Images

“Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller has four months of prison behind her and it looks like she’s ready to communicate with fans. The former Lifetime lead’s official Facebook page posted a message this week telling viewers of the series they’re welcome to send the dance coach letters while she’s behind bars.

“Feeling blessed,” Abby’s post reads. “I heard this week that a lot of people call and ask if they can visit me. That’s so sweet of you. I’d love to see everyone. Unfortunately can’t.”

The 51-year-old’s post went on to reveal she’s welcome to the idea of receiving letters from her admirers. The address, however, wasn’t given in the post. If fans want to get Abby’s prison address, they’ll have to like her Facebook page and send her a private message.

“Message me on Facebook and I’ll respond with the address,” reads the post. “Looking forward to hearing from you.”

A followup comment on the post stated, “Thanks so much for supporting and helping me and the team through this tough time.”

The same initial post was also shared on Abby’s official Instagram page.

Besides asking for fan mail and followers, Abby’s account has also been flooded with pictures and videos of her former student and co-star Maddie Ziegler.

On Tuesday, Abby’s Instagram page shared a throwback picture of the former “Dance Moms” lead at the West Coast ALDC (Abby Lee Dance Company) studio. Five days earlier, a video of a prior competition number featuring the now 15-year-old was shared. Earlier in the month, the account revealed the movie airing in prison that night was “The Book of Henry,” Maddie’s big screen debut, which was released in June.


Tonight’s recreation movie in prison is #thebookofhenry _

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Abby started her prison sentence for fraud in July. She is currently serving her time at Federal Correctional Complex in Victorville, California. While her official sentencing was for just over one year, multiple reports have stated she could be released in eight to 10 months time for good behavior.