Miller will now serve the rest of her sentence in a half-way house at a Residential Reentry Center in Long Beach, California where she will be in a ‘supervised environment where she’ll be given employment counselling, job placement and financial management assistance’.
The star was originally sentenced to serve a 366-day sentence for bankruptcy fraud in July last year after Miller was allegedly found to have hidden thousands of dollars from multiple TV projects.
Since her time in prison, the 51-year-old reality star has revealed via Instagram that she has made some major achievements by passing two classes she had undertaken while serving her sentence.
Miller captioned the post: ‘Feeling extremely proud of myself!! Passed my Real estate class and my got my Personal finance class diploma. #itsnevertoolate’
TMZ has reported that she is due to be released on May 25.