Savannah Chrisley admitted her mother is “scared” being in federal jail — however is preserving her head held excessive.
Julie Chrisley is behind bars at FPC Lexington in Kentucky and is having a “tougher” expertise than her incarcerated husband, Todd Chrisley.
“But she’s simply staying busy. You know, like, she’s making an attempt to do something and all the things, take courses, [be] first at bat — all the things identified to man that she will do, she does,” stated Savannah, 25, on her “Unlocked” podcast this week.
Savannah defined that her mother is “making an attempt to remain busy” and give attention to her well being to maintain her thoughts occupied as she carries out her seven-year sentence.
“I believe she’s making an attempt to defend us from lots of issues,” Savannah defined. “Because that’s my mother. That’s who she is.”
The “Sharknado: The 4th Awakens!” actress stated her mother “sticks to herself” and retains a each day diary within the type of letters that she’s been mailing to Savannah. In the notes, which Savannah stated she would in the future share, Julie particulars how a lot she misses her Todd.
“I don’t suppose there’s a single letter that goes by that she doesn’t say how a lot she misses my dad. They don’t get to speak,” Savannah defined. “So it’s occurring what month are we? April?
“We’re like three, 4, 4 months in, virtually,” she continued. “Being collectively virtually 30 years now and never going a day with out talking to now, occurring 4 months is so much.”
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Julie, 50, and Todd, 54, started their jail sentences for financial institution fraud and tax evasion concurrently on Jan. 17; nonetheless, Todd is locked up in Florida and has to serve a 12-year sentence — practically double the size of his spouse’s tenure.
They’re within the strategy of interesting the courtroom’s ruling.
“I imply, it was powerful 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 shared on her podcast.
“And not having my dad there along with her. That’s the most important factor.”
The USA Network stars had been indicted in August 2019 on fees that they submitted faux paperwork to banks to safe greater than $30 million in loans. Julie was moreover accused of utilizing faux statements to hire a house.
They had been discovered responsible in June 2022.
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