Abby Lee Miller sobs, scrolls through Tinder and calls herself a 'wh-re' on 'Dance Moms'

Jennifer Kline, AOL.com

Abby Lee Miller is currently serving time in prison, but before she left, the Lifetime cameras captured some not-so-attractive footage of the former "Dance Moms" star.

Miller, 50, is shown sobbing, scrolling through Tinder and calling herself a "wh-re" on Tuesday's episode, which documented her final days before heading off for incarceration.

In the episode, tears stream down Miller's face after her entire dance team finally walks out on her: "I feel like a whore," she admits through sobs.

"Do you regret it?" Jill Vertes asks pointedly.

"Oh, I regret everything," an inconsolable Miller replies. In a different scene, she's shown scrolling through Tinder as her remaining dancers rehearse.

Miller's year-long prison sentence is a result of bankruptcy fraud, but the mothers and daughters she's worked with on "Dance Moms" resented Miller far before her legal troubles spiraled out of control. Since the series first launched in 2011, viewers have watched Miller spar with her young dancers and their protective moms.

"I do not trust her near me," Christi Lukasiak says on the episode. Her daughter, Chloe, began starring on the show when she was just 10 years old. "My worst fear of all time would be if she would have me arrested today and I would somehow be incarcerated and end up as her roommate."

Many of the original cast members, including the Lukasiaks, have largely left the show. Several have found fame elsewhere, most notably Maddie Ziegler, who on top of a massive social media following has landed major film, TV and music video roles.

Now that Miller is behind bars, viewers will see "Dancing with the Stars" alum Cheryl Burke as the primary on-screen coach.