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'Dance Moms' drama: Kelly Hyland not even allowed to tweet Abby Lee Miller

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The "Dance Moms" drama is heating up a bit. On Jan. 21, TMZ reported that Kelly Hyland is now not even allowed to tweet Abby Lee Miller after the fight they got into back in November. The fight was pretty bad and the cameras caught it all. Reports are that there was even some hair pulling going on with them.

She went to court this morning. Kelly is being charged with assault and harassment. Of course she didn't go alone though because the TLC cameras went with her. They were there to make sure they got all of it on camera and now they can show it all off and get the ratings they want this season.

Kelly was told she has to stay away from Abby Lee Miller and have no contact with her. That means she can't tweet her, call her, or be around her. That is going to make it hard for her kids to still dance with Abby, but she will probably find a way to make it work. Are you shocked by this news? Sound off in the comments.

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