Transcript for 'Dance Moms' Drama Goes from TV to the Courtroom
Now to the drama on the hilt reality show "Dance moms." One of the stars speaking out exclusively to "Gma" about an alleged incident not caught by the cameras telling her side of the story that landed her in court. ABC's Linzie Janis has more. I told her my feelings. Can I city audition -- Yes. Yes. Reporter: Abby lee miller, the loudmouth dance instructor made famous for her harsh coaching techniques. Sometimes your best isn't good enough anymore. Abby is saying they're not ready to compete against the candy apples and they're a mess. What kind of pep talk is that. Reporter: And Kelly Hyland making headlines for an alleged catfight, feud escalating from TV to the courtroom. You have driven a wedge. Things you say to them has driven the wedge. No, no. And it's not me. I would never allow this to happen. Reporter: This morning, Hyland whose two daughters dance on the show is explaining what she says led up to her alleged assault on the famously loudmouthed instructor back in November. I'm just not that type of person that would fight somebody unless I was provoked. Reporter: Are you disappointed in yourself at all for allowing yourself to be provoked by her? Yes, I mean I don't think anybody wants to be provoked. You know, and -- but I was standing up for my kids. Reporter: According to a criminal complaint filed this month miller claims Hyland struck her and pulled her hair. She said don't put your finger in my face and started putting her finger in my face. Reporter: Miller giving her version on "The view" Monday. Did she pull your hair. Yes. Reporter: She pleaded not guilty to assault and harassment charges and has been advised by her lawyer to not discuss details of the ongoing case. Do you think there's any way to patch things up with Abby and the show could go on as it were. I don't think so. I don't think you can take back all the hurtful things and the pain that she's put my kids through. Reporter: In a statement to ABC news, miller says "I just hope the legal system does the right thing" for "Good morning America," Linzie Janis, ABC news, New York.
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