"Dance Moms" Season 7 is getting more and worse luck following Abby Lee Miller's jail time due to her fraud and money laundering cases. While many initially thought that Chloe Lukasiak's return was a sign that the Lifetime show still has some gas in its tank, it seems that the reality dance television series may have already reached the end of the line.

Kendall Vertes may not be an original cast, but she has been a part of the show and the Abby Lee Dance Company Junior Elite Competition Team since "Dance Moms" season 2. Now, the 14-year-old dancer and singer posted a cryptic message on her Instagram story, which the "Dance Moms" spoiler page took a screenshot of, hinting that she is leaving the hit Lifetime show.

Another ALDC member quits 'Dance Moms'

"This week marks that last week of the most amazing chapter in my life so far," Kendall Vertes' post read. She then added the hashtag "#DMforever" (Dance Moms forever). The "Dance Moms" spoiler page revealed that the Lifetime show supposed to have two more episodes of filming left, but since the former ALDC Elite Competition Team member revealed that this is going to be her last week, whispers and speculations started that the young star may have quit the show.

Kalani Hilliker, Kendall Vertes, Nia Frazier, and Camryn Bridges have previously left the ALDC studio to form a brand new dream team with former ALDC member and fan favorite, Chloe Lukasiak. Their very first performance together as a new group left a bad taste in Abby Lee Miller's mouth, causing the tough teacher to quit the Lifetime show.

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Has Lifetime show reached the end of the line?

Ashlee and her daughter, Brynn Rumfallo also quit the show following Chloe Lukasiak, Kalani Hilliker, Kendall Vertes, Nia Frazier, and Camryn Bridges provocative number. Ashlee spoke with TMZ last month to reveal the reason of their sudden exit.

"I have decided to leave Dance Moms because there were some events that took place over the last week which included portraying young girls in a manner that I would never want my daughter portrayed in," she said. "Realizing that without Abby [Miller] over the show, that was kind of the direction of the show was heading and I just do not see my 13-year-old daughter being a part of it."

As if that's not enough drama, it seems that "Dance Moms" may be losing another cast. Kendall Vertes was noticeably absent during last week's competition, but the "Dance Moms" spoiler page explained that the teen was actually in Daytona Beach to supper her sister's Nationals. But now, her post revealed that she might no longer be a part of the show after this week.