Dance Moms' Abby Lee Miller auctions off memorabilia from her shuttered studio ... trends now
Dance Moms star Abby Lee Miller is getting rid of her old things.
On Wednesday, the Lifetime star revealed she was auctioning off items from her now closed dance studio as well as memorabilia from the show.
An online auction is currently taking place. Up for grabs is memorabilia from the show's eight seasons including Paige Hyland's chair (starting bid $200), Abby Lee's silver scepter (starting bid $200) and the chalkboard used in the first couple of seasons (starting bid $75).
End of an era: Abby Lee Miller describes the auction off of Dance Moms memorabilia
Items for sale: One of the Dance Mom keepsakes that is available in the online auction
The building that formerly housed the Abby Lee Dance company is slated to become a daycare center.
'I sold my property – I didn't sell my name,' Abby Lee, 57, said in an Instagram post on Wednesday.
'I didn't sell my brand. I didn't sell my life's work. I sold brick, mortar, cinder blocks and an amazing dance floor that is still in mint condition. The best floors that I ever stood on.'