Abby Lee Miller may be scoring low marks with the judges at the IRS, her arch-nemesis Cathy Nesbitt-Stein feels bad for her.
“I feel bad for her,” Cathy told OK in reference to Abby’s the fraud charges. “I feel bad she allowed herself to get into this situation. You got to pay the piper. If you don’t, you get caught. I feel badly that she’s allowed an empire to take a bump in the road.”
After Abby’s legal troubles prompted her to resign from the Abby Lee Dance Company, only to return to the studio a week later, Cathy had this to say. “You have to be there for your customers.” Abby resigning is “just another silly Abby temper tantrum.”
And just because Cathy is no longer on Dance Moms, don’t count her out just yet for a return – even though the show is now in Los Angeles.
“The door is open,” Cathy said. “One of the producers said anytime I want to partake to be in touch with them. Never say never!”
Currently Cathy is giving her all to her new dance company The Candy Apples Dance Center.
“We are getting ready for competition,” she said. “We’re starting an all-boys hip-hop group.”
And be on the lookout for Cathy’s daughter, Vivi-Anne, who is launching her very own YouTube channel soon. “She’s going to touch base on a lot of different things. She’s an avid reader and she likes to cook so she’s going to look at stuff like that. She also has a website which is up and running! Vivi is a multifaceted woman!”
And she’s only eleven!
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