The drama has been continuously escalating on season 3 of Amish Mafia, and in a new preview for the finale episode, it appears the cast may be finished with filming the show.
Levi has expressed in the past that he is becoming more distrustful of the English, and in the finale preview, he appears to have reached his final straw.
"The English people are taking advantage of the Amish and it's my job to make sure that this doesn't happen," he says in the clip as he and his men destroy a motel room.
He has been dealing with Constable Paul Castline tailing him all season as he tries to get Levi locked up, and after it appears he becomes successful at one point, Levi officially becomes fed up with the English and takes his frustrations out on the crew.
"We're not filming no more, I'm done with it," he says in the clip.
He isn't the only one who appears fed up in the cli, as Esther and Caleb also express frustration and vent at the crew, asking them to leave.
"If that thing's rolling, I will smash it," Esther says.
"Do you want to leave in one peace? You'll go now," Caleb says. "Our biggest mistake was letting English people in our lives. Get the f-k out of here."
Schmucker also hints that the show could be ending on her official Facebook page, sharing the clip with her fans and writing, "Is this the end of allowing Discovery into our lives!? Quite possibly..."
Schmucker also responded to a fan comment on the video, explaining her reasons for considering quitting the show.
"Micah Shirley but yet it's okay for all of YOU to sit here and rant and rag on me relentlessly every single f-king day because I'm not who everyone thinks I should be!? Now that the pages have turned it's not so funny for everyone else," she wrote. "We have been categorized for centuries. And still do. I'm fake because I'm on fb, I'm fake because I have a cell phone, I'm fake because I don't follow church rules like everyone thinks I should. I get blamed and accused for puppy mills that I don't even know a single thing about. I love animals and always have."
"And I'm not saying all English are bad, I have said it before and I will say it again. There's good and bad in both cultures. Or wherever you go. We have just as much bad apples as anyone else," she added.
This is the first time someone involved with the show has hinted that season 3 could be the last. Producer Matt Kelly previously stated that the season could end on a questionable note because of the tension that was staring to rise between the cast and crew.
"To be honest I don't know what's going to happen at the end of the season, because it's kind of starting to turn against the production crew a little bit. So we'll see how that plays out," Kelly said. "There's become a little bit of Levi drawing a line in the sand and basically saying it's us versus them, Amish versus English, which is something that you'll hear and see repeated throughout the season. There's a real turning inward be Levi."
The season 3 finale airs next Tuesday, April 8, at 9 p.m. on Discovery.