Mackenzie Ziegler wants the world to know she is over Dance Moms, her experience there, and especially her former Dance Instructor. So she blocked her former teacher on her social Media.
Last Week Abby Lee figured out she’d been blocked when she tried to tag Mackenzie in an Instagram Photo. Abby Lee was posting a photo to promote her Abby Lee Dance Company sweatshirts and to throwback to a time when most of the original cast was still taking part on Dance Moms. She captioned the photo as “Some years ago, in Europe somewhere? Life was simpler and they all learned how to “bevel” that ankle! #aldcla #aldcalways #dancemoms #aldcproud #ALDC #abbyleeapparel btw; I try to tag @kenzieziegler no luck?!?!”
The dance teacher says had “no luck” in tagging Mackenzie Ziegler in the photo. While the “Dance Moms” teacher seemed to have no clue of why she couldn’t tag her former student, many believed that she was blocked by Mackenzie Ziegler, that’s why she couldn’t add her tag.
In case you forgot, Mackenzie Ziegler was born June 4, 2004. She is an American dancer, singer, actress and model. She is the younger sister of dancer and actress Maddie Ziegler and is best known for appearing for six years on Lifetime’s reality dance show Dance Moms. She has also appeared on other television programs, including the sitcom Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn, has modeled for Polo Ralph Lauren, and her social media penetration includes more than 7 million Instagram followers. Her 2014 album, Mack Z, and its lead single both reached the top of the iTunes charts. In 2016, the Zieglers left Dance Moms after six seasons in order to pursue other projects. Ziegler also appeared on Dance Moms’ sister shows Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition and Abby’s Studio Rescue. Ziegler toured in Australia with her sister in early 2017.
On October 13, 2015, Miller was indicted for fraud for creating a secret bank account in 2012-2013 used to hide income from masterclasses, TV deals, and merchandise sales. She was indicted with bankruptcy fraud, concealment of bankruptcy assets and false bankruptcy declarations in hiding some $755,000. If found guilty, she could have faced a fine of $250,000 for each of the 20 counts she was indicted on and five years in prison. She pleaded not guilty in November 2015. By February 2016, the case was delayed a fifth time. Miller reached a deal with the IRS criminal investigators to enter a guilty plea on June 27, 2016. Sentencing was set for January 20, 2017. However, it was postponed to May 8, 2017
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