- Savannah Chrisley has hit again at accusations that her dad Todd “has let himself go” since getting into jail.
- On her podcast, she mentioned “in fact his hair is grey” as he isn’t allowed to make use of hair dye.
- She added he has a “nice” barber on the Florida facility the place he’s serving a 12-year sentence.
Savannah Chrisley has hit again at accusations that her father, Todd Chrisley, “has let himself go” since he reported to jail in Florida over six months in the past.
On the most recent episode of her podcast, “Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley,” launched Tuesday, the 25-year-old was joined by lawyer Alex Little, a former federal prosecutor who has been representing Todd and his spouse Julie Chrisley since they have been convicted on expenses of financial institution fraud and tax evasion in June 2022.
All through the episode, they mentioned every thing from perceived holes within the authorities’s case in opposition to the embattled couple to the place they’re within the appeals course of. At one level, they touched on how Todd is holding up.
Whereas Little mentioned that the 54-year-old former actuality TV star is “relentlessly optimistic” about his probabilities of succeeding in interesting his conviction, Savannah took the chance to emphasize to listeners that her dad is just not solely doing properly, however trying properly too.
Savannah mentioned that latest headlines about her father’s psychological and bodily situation are inaccurate.
“It is hilarious as a result of certainly one of them was like, ‘He is let himself go,'” she mentioned.
“First off, newsflash, they do not promote hair coloration in commissary so, in fact, his hair is grey,” she mentioned. “However you understand what? I’d inform him at the moment, if he was out, ‘Hold it that manner.’ Like, it appears good.”
“He is bought this nice jail barber, it is this Puerto Rican man, he is very variety,” she continued.
Earlier than Todd started his 12-year sentence on the Federal Jail Camp, Pensacola in Florida in January, he was recognized for sporting brief, cropped blond hair on the household’s actuality present, “Chrisley Is aware of Greatest.”
Final 12 months, Todd and his spouse Julie have been convicted of defrauding banks out of greater than $30 million by offering faux monetary statements to make them seem wealthier than they have been.
On high of the attraction, Todd has additionally unsuccessfully requested to change from jail to residence confinement, in accordance with his lawyer, Jay Surgent.
Talking with Individuals, Surgent mentioned that Todd made “an software below the CARES Act to be launched” into residence confinement. “His software, in addition to quite a lot of different functions — however notably his — was rejected,” he mentioned.
“He submitted it, however the individual that was administrating it and was in command of processing it determined that she did not need to try this. She determined to not do it,” Surgent mentioned.
Launched in 2020, the Coronavirus Support, Aid, and Financial Safety Act permits prisoners to be positioned in residence confinement on the discretion of the director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons.
Chrisley’s lawyer mentioned of the rejection: “It’s totally, very unlucky, and that matter is now being investigated internally.”