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‘They didn’t accept any responsibility, even after they were convicted’: $3M Rich Reality TV Icons Todd and Julie Chrisley Were Served Such Brutal Prison Sentences as They Kept Acting Like Privileged Brats

Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley are very famous TV stars in Hollywood and they have been news for a long time. They have gained stardom for Chrisley Knows Best which revolves around Georgia. The show was filmed in Roswell and Alpharetta, suburbs of Atlanta, before moving to Nashville for their fourth season. A spin-off centered on Chase and Savannah Chrisley called Growing Up Chrisley debuted in 2019. But their all-stardom comes to an end when the Chrisley pair were charged in June 2022 on federal counts of bank fraud, tax evasion, and using fake documentation in banks in order to get loans and support their opulent way of life.

Todd and Julie Chrisley

Todd and Julie Chrisley were sentenced to imprisonment

Todd Chrisley, 54, was given a more than ten-year jail term on Monday for bank fraud and tax evasion, while Julie Chrisley, 49, received a seven-year sentence for her part in the crimes. According to a legal professional, reality TV stars, the Chrisley pair will probably spend the majority of the lengthy jail terms that the court gave them. According to a press statement from the Northern District of Georgia U.S. Attorney’s Office, each was sentenced to three years of supervised release that must be completed after finishing their prison terms.

According to a former federal prosecutor and president of West Coast Trial Lawyers Neama Rahmani, who is unrelated to the Chrisley case, the pair is anticipated to serve time in prison under federal law, regarding the Chrisley Knows Best stars’ destiny, he said:

Todd and Julie Chrisley

“85 percent of their sentence and that’s the minimum they’re going to have to serve if they’re model inmates. Unlike states where inmates can sometimes serve less than even half of their sentence, under federal statutes, you only get a slight reduction for good behavior.”

The New York Times reports that the couple should go to prison at the beginning of the new year. Even though the couple intends to challenge the judge’s ruling, Rahmani claims that doing so won’t postpone their reporting date and is instead probably doomed to failure. Rahimi stated that “I think this shows a [level of] narcissism. There was so much evidence in those financial records.”

What will happen to their underage children?

The couple has two grown children, Savannah, 25, and Chase, 26, and Todd is also the father of Kyle, 31, and Lindsie, 33, from a previous marriage. However, Todd and Julie are still the primary caregivers for their 10-year-old granddaughter Chloe and son Grayson, 16, who are still at home. It is unclear who will take care of the underage children if both parents are required to report to prison at the same time.

Chrisley Family

When Neama Rahmani was asked bout this he said: “The best-case scenario is that they can stagger their sentence … but that’s as good as it’s going to get for them,”  Rahmani argues that they won’t be allowed to visit each other at their separate prisons if they do wind up serving concurrent prison terms. “That would be unprecedented,” he says.

However, due to their lack of violent tendencies and criminal histories. The pair will be able to enter a low-security facility that probably provides a wide range of treatments, educational opportunities, and religious studies. A jury held the Chrisleys responsible for fabricating audits, bank statements, and personal financial records in order to receive $36 million in loans in June. The pair then used the funds to purchase “expensive automobiles, designer clothes, real estate, and vacation — and utilized fresh fraudulent loans to pay back previous ones,” according to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

Source: People

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Saptarshi Sarkar
Saptarshi Sarkar

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