Savannah Chrisley is having a “actually powerful” time coping with the absence of her mother and father, Todd and Julie Chrisley, ever since they began their respective jail sentences.
The actuality TV star, 25, received candid in regards to the transition on Tuesday’s episode of her “Unlocked” podcast — which was really filmed on Jan. 12, 5 days earlier than they reported to jail.
“So for these of you which can be conversant in my household and have adopted our lives and have additionally adopted my podcast, you understand that final week was an especially troublesome week for my household as an entire and for every of us individually,” Savannah mentioned.
“We form of needed to say goodbye to my mother and father for a little bit little bit of time, for the foreseeable future. And that was actually, actually, actually powerful.”
The “Chrisley Knows Best” star went on to elucidate that if the podcast episode comes off as “happy-go-lucky,” it’s as a result of it was filmed previous to her “life falling aside.”
“I feel it’s as a result of there was a whole lot of hope that was had and I wasn’t confronted with the fact of the state of affairs,” she added, noting that subsequent week’s episode will likely be a “very intense one-on-one podcast with myself form of giving an replace on the place my life’s at.”
Todd and Julie had been sentenced to a mixed 19 years behind bars after being discovered responsible of fraud and tax evasion in June 2022.
Todd, 53, is doing his 12-year sentence in Florida on the Federal Prison Camp Pensacola, whereas Julie, 50, will serve seven years in Kentucky at Federal FMC Lexington.
Despite their prolonged convictions, Savannah has caught by her mother and father’ facet because the household continues to take care of their innocence.
Just final week, she vowed to “combat” for her mother because the matriarch began her stint in jail.
“Will perpetually combat for this smile ❤️ I like you mama,” she captioned a photograph of Julie smiling on her Instagram Story.
The Chrisleys had been indicted in August 2019 after allegedly submitting faux paperwork to banks when making use of for loans. Julie additionally supposedly turned in false credit score stories and financial institution statements when attempting to safe a rental home in California.