Abby Lee Miller definitely has a lot on her plate right now. The famously tough dance teacher is facing jail time soon after pleading guilty to federal tax fraud and money laundering, and on top of that, her whole Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) Elite Competiton team, except for Brynn Rumfallo, have left her to join Chloe Lukasiak's studio. Could it be the last straw?

Abby Lee Miller took to Instagram to share what she really thinks about "Dance Moms" and even revealed that she's quitting the hit Lifetime show. The 50-year-old dance instructor, choreographer, and director posted a photo of her with assistant choreographer, Gianna Martello, ALDC members Brynn Rumfallo, Maesi Caes, Elliana Walmsley, Lilliana Ketchman, and a male dancer.

She then added a lengthy and intriguing caption to the snap.

'Dance Moms' teacher disappointed with the show

In all caps, the terror dance teacher wrote, "I will no longer take part in Dance Moms. For the past six years/seven seasons I have asked, begged, and even demanded creative credit for all the ideas, award winning routines, themes, and costuming - to no avail!" Abby Lee Miller was apparently unhappy with what was going on but noted that she love working with kids, but it's the adults that she could not stand.

The "Dance Moms" resident dance teacher further revealed her anger towards particular people that she felt have crossed the line. "I just have a problem with being manipulated, disrespected, and used - day in and out by men who never took a dance lesson in their lives and treat women like dirt!" Abby Lee Miller added in full caps.

Abby Lee Miller aims anger at ALDC team members

Although her post clearly has nothing to do with Kalani Hilliker, Nia Frazier, Kendall Vertes, and Camryn Bridges leaving ALDC to join Chloe Lukasiak in the 8 Count Acadamy studio, it's not hard to assume that the exit of her ALDC Elite Competition Team may have pushed her off the edge.

As a matter of fact, a "Dance Moms" spoiler page revealed that Miller changed the end of her post. The original message was aimed directly at the girls.

The "Dance Moms" spoiler page shared a screenshot of Miller's original caption saying that she "will no longer work for a production company or a network that supports and encourages the likes of a routine set forth by the irreplaceable!" Nia Frazier's mom, Holly Frazier, has previously used the hashtag #ireplaceable to a photo of her daughter with Kalani Hilliker, Kendall Vertes, Camryn Bridges, and Chloe Lukasiak in a new studio.