Abby Lee Miller's prison surrender date has been postponed.

Originally scheduled to turn herself in for her federal prison sentence on June 30, Entertainment Tonight confirms the reality star's surrender date has been pushed back to July 12.

It's currently unknown why the date was pushed back.

Starting July 12, Miller will begin a sentence of exactly one year and one day after being convicted of bankruptcy fraud. Miller pleaded guilty back in 2016. In April, she told PEOPLE, "I made mistakes and I trusted people, but ultimately I have to take responsibility."

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