Abby Lee Miller is definitely not getting all the love and support that she was hoping for before her terrifying jail time. Instead of backing her up and being with her in her few moments of freedom, her whole Abby Lee Dance Company (ALDC) Elite Competition Team, except for Brynn Rumfallo, left her and transferred to a new studio with chloe lukasiak.

Abby Lee Miller is known for her tough teaching and she's not sorry for it. For the past seasons of "Dance Moms," the moms and their daughters usually brush off the terror dance teacher's mean comments and stay with her in the ALDC studio. However, multiple photos and videos revealed that the Elite Competition Team has decided to cut ties with the 50-year-old dance instructor, choreographer, and director, looking for another studio.

ALDC team done with Abby Lee Miller? Left teacher before jail time

Chloe Lukasiak, Kalani Hilliker, Kendall Vertes, Nia Frazier, and Camryn Bridges formed their new dream team and even got themselves a famous and younger mentor, Cheryl Burke. The former "Dancing With The Stars" pro took the opportunity to guide the young dancers.

Cheryl Burke took to Instagram to share a photo of the dancers, wearing their costumes for the competition. Two of the former ALDC Elite Competition Team members were noticeably absent and the "Dance Moms" spoiler page revealed that Kalani Hilliker was injured and Kendall Vertes was in Daytona Beach. The snap also revealed a new member, Reagan Martin, added to the performance to make the trio into a group.

ALDC team to be mentored by 'Dancing With The Stars' pro

Meanwhile, Miller was previously asked about Cheryl Burke joining "Dance Moms" and mentoring her former ALDC Elite Competition Team.

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While everyone expected that the tough teacher would lash out at the 32-year-old dancer, model, and TV host for stealing her dancers, she feels that the Lifetime show is actually a downgrade for Burke.

Miller told E! Online: "I think they will treat her differently. I think everybody will be on their toes. I think that Lifetime will pour a ton of money into advertising because they want to prove that I was nothing and I was nobody and they saved me."

The "Dance Moms" resident teacher, Brynn Rumfallo, and her mom Ashlee, have previously revealed that they have quit the Lifetime show.