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Abby Lee Miller, who is currently in prison, is pictured at the "Bad Moms" movie premiere on July 26, 2016 in Westwood, California. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Abby Lee Miller’s studio, Abby Lee Dance Company, sent out an Halloween-themed message to its email subscribers on Tuesday evening. The message included a photoshopped image of the currently imprisoned “Dance Moms” star holding up her own severed head.

The holiday-themed email did not include any note about the image, only stating “Happy Halloween from the Abby Lee Dance Company.”

Abby’s official Facebook page also posted the severed head photo, asking fans to participate in her Halloween costume contest on Instagram. The contest had fans enter photos of themselves wearing a costume using the hashtag #AbbysHalloween. The winner, according to the post, will receive a “surprise” from Abby and an ALDC T-shirt. The winner is set to be announced on Nov. 3.

“Can’t wait to see all your creative costumes,” reads the post.

Abby’s official Facebook page also shared an additional Halloween message on Tuesday. The post included a photo of her posing with her former “Dance Moms” cast members in matching Black Swan-inspired attire. “Bit of a #throwback,” reads the caption.

While some fans were confused in the comments section as to how Abby was posting messages from prison, this hasn’t been the first time Abby’s accounts have been updated since she started her sentence over the summer.

In September, the Abby Lee Dance Company sent out an email blast, revealing they were starting to sell a new T-Shirt design based on Abby’s change of stance on her infamous catchphrase, “Everyone’s replaceable.” The company was also selling “Free Abby Lee” shirts in adult sizes.

Abby began her year-long prison sentence in July for bankruptcy fraud. She is currently serving time at Federal Correctional Complex in Victorville, California, and according to the most recent update on her life behind bars, she isn’t doing so well.

In July, a former inmate of the institution, Holli Coulman, who is currently in contact with family members of incarcerated residents at the prison, told Life & Style Magazine that the TV star was “bawling” when she first arrived.

“She has these fits of hysterical crying,” Coulman revealed. “A very good friend of mine describe it as [expletive] crazy crying.’”