Abby Lee Miller is “setting the record straight” after admitting she’s attracted to high school football players on Sofia Franklyn’s last week “Sofia with an F” podcast.
“I like these hot, athletic, muscular guys — the jocks,” the former “Dance Moms” star, 57, said in a video posted on Instagram on Monday after her comments sparked backlash. “I always have and I always will.”
“You have to be able to go to a club, gamble in Vegas, and rent an ADA-compliant, handicap-accessible van,” continued Miller, who has done so used a wheelchair since June 2018.
“And they should also have their own business account, success and passion.”
The convicted felon first made her shocking comments at the end of Franklyn’s September 7 podcast episode when she discussed Tom Cruise.
Franklyn claimed she hadn’t seen the popular 1983 sports film, which starred Cruise as a teenage athlete, to which Miller replied: “Oh, that’s my downfall. I like the high school football players. I still like her.”
Franklyn quickly interjected that she was attracted to adult “coaches,” but Miller doubled down on her statement, saying, “None of them needed being in high school, but one of them Is.”
The Post has reached out to Miller and Franklyn for comment.
Miller further argued Monday: “Now if you’ve seen the movie ‘All the Right Moves,’ where Tom Cruise plays a high school football star, then you know exactly what I’m talking about.” And if you haven’t, watch it “Look at yourself and you’ll know.”
She ended the Instagram video by snapping her photo with one Maybe a single former NFL player who is definitely of age.
“This November is my high school reunion. “Cheers, Penn Hills,” Miller cheered.
“And I hope the heartthrob is there, but if he’s not there, I heard Tom Brady is available.”