'Dance Moms' Kelly Hyland Arrested For Allegedly Assaulting Abby Lee Miller In November
Dance Moms co-star Kelly Hyland was arrested in New York for allegedly assaulting the tyrannical dance teacher and star of the show, Abby Lee Miller, in November, 2013.
Kelly And Abby Fight Gets Out Of Control
Kelly, mom to Brooke and Paige, longtime students of Abby and also appear on the show, often clashes with Abby over what she deems to be unfair treatment towards her daughters. The two are known to get into huge fights, almost always resulting in someone storming out of the studio.
Kelly and Abby were filming Dance Moms in New York when the alleged assault took place. Abby was trying to find a new dancer to add to the team, and Kelly reportedly became angry when Abby found a new star, feeling that Abby was passing over her children.
Kelly Arrested For Assault, But No Charges Were Filed
Sources say that Kelly started yelling at Abby and ended up grabbing her hair, starting an all out brawl. Kelly was booked for assault and harassment, but no charges were filed. And TMZ reports that three cameras were rolling during the entire fight, so it’s likely the ugly scene will appear in the current season of Dance Moms.
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