Abby Lee Miller is at the center of a firestorm after admitting she is “still” attracted to high school football players.
The former “Dance Moms” star appeared on the “Sofia with an F” podcast last Thursday and discussed Tom Cruise’s 1983 film “All the Right Moves,” in which the actor played a teenage defensive back seeking a sports scholarship.
“Oh, that’s my downfall. I like the high school football players,” Miller, 57, admitted. “I still like them.”
The show’s host, Sofia Franklyn, noted that she is attracted to adult coaches, but the former choreographer doubled down on her inappropriate admission.
“Not one that used to be in high school but one that is,” she said, prompting Franklyn to end their interview.
TikTok user Bites of Chaos shared the clip and suggested that the former “Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition” host did not understand how her comments would be taken, which sparked viewers to further bash Miller.
Abby Lee Miller, 57, blasted for admitting she’s attracted to high school football players: ‘My downfall’. Abby Lee Miller, 57, blasted for admitting she’s attracted to high school football players: ‘My downfall’