'Dance Moms' season 7 spoilers: Abby Lee Miller is out but new choreographer, new challenges

REUTERS/Danny MoloshokAbby Lee Miller at the Teen Choice Awards in 2014.

Tension is escalating the seventh season of "Dance Moms."

The synopsis for episode 25 has been released. It reads, "The Irreplaceables and the ALDC both find new choreographers to take Abby's place; Cheryl Burke works with the Irreplaceables; the girls' insecurities and their mothers prove to be a struggle for Cheryl; the ALDC struggles to stay together."

It can be remembered that in the previous episode of the Lifetime show, Abby Lee Miller's dancers jumped ship after she came back from her vacation. The dancers, along with original ALDC member Chloe Lukasiak, formed their own dance group and snagged Aisha Francis as their new choreographer.

The new dance group called themselves The Irreplaceables and was dead set on beating Miller in her game with some new dance steps. The new crew competed by displaying the dancers' maturity instead of using tired choreography.

Despite dancers leaving her coop, Miller isn't letting this or even being sent to prison stop her from raking in some cash. The former star of "Dance Moms" is selling "Free Abby Lee" shirts on the ALDC website. These shirts cost $30. The shirt's description reads, "Orange is the new black. Get this limited edition Free Abby Lee T-shirt."

In July, Miller pled guilty to not reporting an international monetary transaction and one count of withholding bankruptcy assets. Miller was sentenced to serve a year and one day in prison. The imprisonment will be followed by two years of supervised release.

Three months into her one-year sentence, the former "Dance Moms" star has reportedly figured into trouble yet again. Sources reported that Miller's locker and bunk were inspected with suspicion of harboring contraband. The officers found a fruit which violates the rules of the detention center. Miller was meted with extra duty to rake rocks for a day.