Abby Lee Miller is speaking out about Todd and Julie Chrisley’s prison sentence.

The disgraced reality TV stars are serving a combined sentence of 19 years for tax evasion and bank fraud.

The “Dance Moms” star revealed that she had reached out to Todd multiple times on social media prior to his prison sentencing; however, he rarely ever replied.

But, when he finally did respond to her messages, Miller admits she found something “odd” about him.

"I used to DM him all the time, and he never responded. Never responded," she told The U.S. Sun.

“Then, all of a sudden, I get this big, long email saying, 'I didn't know people could send me messages. I never looked at these DMs. I didn't even know what this is about. I'm so sorry I never got back to you.'”

She revealed that he was “always going on about financial institutions and people that were coming after him, his local government - always talking about that, which I found odd."

Todd and Julie were indicted by a Georgia grand jury in 2019.

When all of this started to boil up and eventually spill over, Miller thought to herself, “something is up because if the government's investigating you, you don't know it.”