Todd and Julie Chrisley Will go to Florida Prisons in January: In Florida, Todd and Julie Chrisley’s prison terms are scheduled to start in January. According to People magazine, Julie will be imprisoned at the nearly 2.5-hour drive from Federal Correctional Institution Marianna while Todd will serve his time at Federal Prison Camp Pensacola.
Sentences for the pair will start on January 17. In their federal tax evasion case, Todd and Julie Chrisley received 19 years in jail last month. A request for a response from Fox News Digital was not immediately complied with by the couple’s attorney.
Todd mentioned on the most recent episode of the “Chrisley Confessions” podcast that he and Julie both challenged their tax fraud convictions, but that they are “not allowed” to go into greater detail.
We are unable to discuss the matter since the appeal was recently filed, or whatever they do, I believe it was the day before yesterday, Todd said. “Our lawyers informed the courts that they intended to appeal this,” added he, “Don’t assume that we are avoiding wanting to tell you something because we can’t talk about it because we’re not. The problem is that we’ve been told we can’t.”
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In the show, Todd expressed gratitude to devoted viewers for their assistance during their legal difficulties: “We value the numerous prayers we receive each day. We receive a lot of mail, gifts, and other forms of charity as well as requests to help in any way they can and assurances that they are praying for us, which is a blessing “said he.
He closed by requesting prayers from the audience for him: “I hope that God will answer your plea if it is for my death. If you’re praying for our blessings, I’m reiterating your request and pleading with God to pay attention to our collective prayers.”
The Chrisleys were initially charged with tax evasion in August 2019 but have since refuted the claims. They were earlier this year convicted guilty of all charges, and in a hearing in November, Todd received a 12-year term while Julie received a seven-year sentence. Additionally, each received a 16-month probationary period.
Todd and Julie Chrisley became well-known while appearing in a number of reality TV programs. Beginning in 2014, “Chrisley Knows Best” chronicled the family’s achievements. The sitcom has nine seasons total, with the tenth, which was filmed before the federal crimes trial, scheduled to premiere in 2023.
Although NBCUniversal has not made any formal statements regarding the other two shows in the family, Deadline reports that they have been canceled. Savannah and Chase, the couple’s kids, debuted “Growing Up Chrisley,” a reality TV series, in 2019. In it, the two kids were attempting to convince their father that they could support themselves.
Additionally, Todd Chrisley had committed to a fresh endeavor with E! According to Deadline, the reality TV star’s “Love Limo” dating program has been canceled, just like “Growing Up Chrisley.” Todd was found guilty of bank fraud, tax fraud, conspiracy to conduct bank fraud, and conspiracy to defraud the United States.
Julie was found guilty of bank fraud, tax fraud, conspiracy to conduct bank fraud, and conspiracy to defraud the United States. Additionally, she was charged with wire fraud and obstructing the course of justice.