Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller broke down in tears when she discussed the possibility of serving jail time after pleading guilty to bankruptcy fraud.
"I just don't want to fight anymore, I have, like, this much fight in me left," she cried during a Wednesday interview with Entertainment Tonight.
"I don't want to do it anymore, just save my tears for the pillow."
The 50-year-old went on to say that she doesn't think she deserves to be behind bars.
"Well, like I teach my kids, life is not fair," she noted.
"In the end, I have to believe that everything will work out and the truth will come out I think there's a lot more to it. There's a lot more moving parts to this case than anyone understands."
When asked if her criminal case resulted in her being replaced on Dance Moms by new choreographer Cheryl Burke, Miller responded, "I chose to quit because I don't want to fight for a great idea, I don't want to fight for better music, I don't want to fight for a bigger costume budget...Wait until Cheryl Burke deals with that."