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Savannah Chrisley Reveals Heartbreaking Updates About Mom and Dad Being Incarcerated


Savannah Chrisley Reveals Heartbreaking Updates About Mom and Dad Being Incarcerated

During the end of the previous year, it was surprisingly disclosed that Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley from the show Chrisley Knows Best would be going to prison. This revelation came after the couple was reportedly convicted in June of the same year for (as per a CNN report) “plotting to cheat banks out of over $30 million in deceptive loans” and “various tax offenses including trying to deceive the Internal Revenue Service.”

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At the point of their sentencing, Todd received a 12-year prison term, and Julie was given a seven-year sentence.

Recently, their daughter Savannah Chrisley shared a poignant update concerning Todd and Julie.

Instead of diving straight into what Savannah disclosed, let’s first examine the time Todd and Julie began their prison terms and their current locations.

According to a CBS News report, Todd is presently serving his sentence at the Federal Prison Camp Pensacola in Florida. Meanwhile, Julie is incarcerated at the Federal Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky. Both of them entered their respective institutions on January 17th this year.

On a podcast episode aired on November 30th, Julie elaborated on their sentencing, stating, “Age is merely a number, and since we are unaware of our end date, we must live each day as if it were our last.”

“Yesterday holds no significance,” Todd further added. “Today is our reality. Tomorrow is in God’s hands as we are uncertain about it. He will guide us through what He has called us to face.”

In another January podcast episode, Julie remarked, “There’s a chance that my husband and I may be separated. However, there is a distinction between temporary separation and bidding farewell forever. It makes me almost feel ashamed for worrying. It shifts my perspective because we all perceive our challenges as the most formidable.”

So, what exactly did Savannah reveal about her incarcerated parents?

In a recent episode of her Unlocked With Savannah Chrisley podcast, Savannah candidly discussed her first visit to see her parents in prison, disclosing heart-wrenching details.

Savannah noted the visible change in Todd’s appearance, specifically his grey hair, expressing, “It’s truly strange to see him with gray hair. Extremely strange. He must have colored his hair over the years, and now seeing him with grey hair. I’m like, ‘Oh my goodness!’”

Despite the somber tone, she also found solace in her faith, affirming, “I have never felt the presence of Jesus more strongly than in that visitation room. Even when visiting my dad, I’m filled with hope and strengthened that this isn’t the conclusion.”

She went on to say, “I believe they’re enduring this ordeal to effect change and make a difference. Regardless of the appeal’s outcome, their narrative will persist.”

Savannah also shared a distressing update about Julie’s circumstances.

When addressing Julie, Savannah depicted the challenging conditions in the facility where Julie is confined, mentioning the absence of air conditioning for the inmates.

“My mom is in a place devoid of air circulation, yet there are climate-controlled facilities for the prison’s service dogs because it’s deemed inhumane for them to lack proper ventilation,” Savannah explained.

Savannah further commented, “I came across an executive order signed by Biden mandating all federal inmates to be housed in eco-friendly facilities. It’s diametrically opposite to what’s being witnessed here.”

What does this situation entail?

Reports suggest that Savannah’s parents are currently pursuing an appeal against their initial conviction. We remain optimistic that a resolution beneficial to the family will emerge as this is undoubtedly a sorrowful circumstance all around. Our sympathies go out to the Chrisley family during this challenging period.

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