Abby Lee Miller is attempting to “set the record straight” after receiving backlash for admitting she’s attracted to high school football players.
In an Instagram video Monday, the “Dance Moms” star, 57, explained, “I do like those hot, athletic, muscular types of guys — the jocks. I always have, and I always will.”
The reality star — who served eight months in prison from 2017 to 2018 for bankruptcy fraud — also feels the aforementioned men should “have a business, a bank account, success and passion in their own right.”
Circling back to her controversial comment that made headlines for all the wrong reasons, Miller said, “If you saw the movie ‘All the Right Moves’ starring Tom Cruise playing a high school football star, then you will know exactly what I’m talking about.”
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She noted she will be attending her high school class reunion in November and hopes “that the heartthrob is there.”
“But if he’s not, I heard Tom Brady’s available,” she concluded, even though the retired NFL star seems to be dating supermodel Irina Shayk these days.
“All the Right Moves” came out in 1938, when Miller was 18.
But in a recent episode of the “Sofia with an F” podcast, she stated, “Oh, that’s my downfall. I like the high school football players. I still like them.”
Miller even doubled down on her stance, adding, “Not one that used to be in high school but one that is,” at which point Franklyn ended their interview.
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