Miller appeared Wednesday on "Good Morning America" to promote her upcoming season of "Dance Moms," where the embattled reality star will make her triumphant return to the competitive dance world.
Now that she knows a thing or two about being institutionalized, Miller also offered up advice for Loughlin and Huffman as they continue to deal with their criminal charges in the college admissions scandal.
Miller says the "girls in prison are going to be fans," and will want to know what its like to live with a movie star or TV star. She also says the other inmates will want a chance to tell their stories to the stars.
Perhaps most significant to Loughlin and Huffman, Miller believes their persona as loving characters on TV will make their time easier. "I don't think they will have the same issues that I had," Miller explained, adding, "Everyone knows me as being tough and mean to little kids."
The reality star claims she was threatened by the guards and officials during her time in prison.
As we reported, Huffman has already enter a guilty plea, but has not been sentenced. She's facing several months in prison, but Loughlin is looking at substantially more time by entering a plea of not guilty and fighting the charges.
Miller served over a year in prison for bankruptcy fraud before being diagnosed with non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and battling back to return to TV.