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Abby Lee Miller is insisting she's done nothing wrong.

The "Dance Moms" star pleaded not guilty to bankruptcy fraud on Nov. 2 in federal court.

Earlier this month, the reality TV star was indicted on 20 counts related to an alleged scheme in which federal officials said she hid $750,000 of income from creditors after filing for bankruptcy in 2010.

In her court date in Pittsburgh, Abby posted a $10,000 bond, Deadline Hollywood said. She reportedly faces five years in prison and a fine of $250,000 for each count she's convicted of.

Along with indictment, authorities said Abby allegedly "lied" on monthly financial reports for her dance studio and failed to report some of the income she generated.

After leaving the courthouse, Abby was mobbed by reporters asking for comment. She decided it was the perfect time to plug her show.

"I didn't have my hair done," she apparently told reporters. "Season 6 jackets are on sale on the website Wednesday."