As for her life in a halfway house, Miller's former prison consultant and coach, Jennifer Myers, tells ET that while it's "fantastic news" that she's out from behind bars, "some of the women [in facilities such as these] have complained and say it is worse than prison."
"It is not a fun place to be, but it is one step closer to getting home," she notes. "The halfway house is a facility that is locked down and the doors lock and there are video cameras monitoring everyone. It is a cared-for facility, not like a regular house."
As of now, Miller is scheduled to be released from the halfway house in about two months.
“Her official release date is still May 25, 2018, but when you get down to the last 10 percent, you can serve it on home confinement," Myers explains. "She will probably be there for a bit, but not all the way up until May 25.”