Julie Chrisley is having a 'tougher' time in jail than Todd Chrisley, and is 'scared,' says daughter Savannah

  • Julie Chrisley is having a “tougher” time in jail than her husband Todd Chrisley.
  • That’s in accordance with their daughter, Savannah Chrisley, on a brand new episode of her podcast, “Unlocked.”
  • Julie is presently finishing up a seven-year sentence whereas Todd is finishing up a 12-year sentence.

Savannah Chrisley, daughter of imprisoned actuality stars Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley, has stated that her mother is struggling to adapt to jail life much more than her dad.

“It is positively tougher on her, I feel, than my dad,” the 25-year-old actuality star stated within the newest episode of her podcast, “Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley,” launched Tuesday, including elsewhere that her mother is “scared.”

Savannah spoke about her mom’s “new regular” at FMC Lexington in Kentucky, the place Julie is finishing up a seven-year sentence for her involvement within the couple’s years-long financial institution fraud and tax evasion scheme.

“She’s simply staying busy. She’s attempting to do something and every little thing, take lessons — every little thing recognized to man that she will do, she does,” Savannah stated.

“You understand my mother. Like, she walks in a room, if one thing must be completed, she simply begins doing it. And, so, she’s attempting to remain busy.” 

Savannah added that her mother can be “attempting to focus” on her well being, too.

Julie was identified with breast most cancers in 2012 and underwent remedy, together with a double mastectomy, the next yr. 

Nonetheless, Savannah — who stated she is taking care of Todd and Julie’s teenage son, Grayson, 16, and adopted daughter, Chloe, 10 whereas they’re in jail — went on to say that she suspects that her mother will not be sharing her entire expertise when Savannah visits her in jail.

Savannah Chrisley with parents Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley in 2017.

Savannah Chrisley with mother and father Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley in 2017.

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“I feel she’s attempting to defend us from a variety of issues. As a result of that is my mother,” she stated. “That is who she is.”

Savannah added that she lately obtained “30 or 40 days’ value of letters” that Julie had written since she entered jail wherein her mother was extra candid about her expertise since she treats the letters like a “day by day diary.”

“It was robust to see the accounts of her day and simply issues that she’s frightened of or nervous about or simply all of the ideas that undergo her thoughts,” Savannah stated.

She continued: “One of many fixed themes in all of her messages, like, all of her letters, are: ‘I am unable to imagine Savannah’s having to do that. Like, I am unable to imagine her life’s having to be placed on maintain.’”

A court sketch shows Todd and Julie Chrisley listen in court as their accountant is sentenced

A court docket sketch reveals Todd and Julie Chrisley pay attention in court docket as their accountant was sentenced on November 21, 2022.

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Savannah, who lately teased {that a} new actuality present following the household could also be coming, stated that her mother additionally expressed her disappointment over not having the ability to converse or see her husband of greater than 25 years.

“I do not assume there is a single letter that goes by that she doesn’t say how a lot she misses my dad. They do not get to speak,” she stated. 

“So, it is occurring… what month are we? April? We’re like three, 4, 4 months in, virtually. Being collectively virtually 30 years now and never going a day with out chatting with now, occurring 4 months is quite a bit.”

The “Chrisley Is aware of Finest” stars have been convicted in June 2022 of defrauding banks out of greater than $30 million by offering faux monetary statements to make them seem wealthier than they have been and handed their sentences in November.

Todd obtained an extended sentence than his spouse as prosecutors thought of him the “mastermind” of the scheme. He was sentenced to 12 years at Federal Jail Camp Pensacola.