As he and his wife Julie Chrisley await sentencing after being found guilty of fraud, Todd Chrisley has urged his followers to pray for them.
The Chrisley Knows Best actor, 53, said on a Wednesday, June 22, episode of his podcast “Chrisley Confessions,” “I want you all to know that the messages that we’re receiving, the mail… the gifts that people are leaving at our doors, the flower arrangements… all of this stuff is just overwhelming and very much appreciated.” We don’t want you to waste money on stuff like that, though. Nothing is necessary for us. Therefore, prayer is definitely the nicest present you could provide to us.
Julie, 49, said in the background, “Amen.”
Todd stated that the Chrisley family was “doing as well as can be anticipated through this storm that we’re going through” after stating that the two would “attempt to address as much [about the trial] that we can each week.” We’re going to keep our heads held high and advance.
The Georgia native and his wife were found guilty earlier this month of counts related to tax evasion, bank and wire fraud, and conspiracy that was part of a 2019 indictment. Although the reality TV stars intend to apply for a retrial before that date, their sentence is set for October 6.
After the decision was made, a source told Us that “no one knows what’s going to happen or what to do at this time.” “Until they learn of the punishment in the autumn, Todd and Julie’s future plans are essentially on hold. They were not anticipating being found guilty, so this is terrible news. In that instant, their entire lives were altered.
The pair “aren’t sure what this implies for the future of Chrisley Knows Best and all their other initiatives,” the person continued.
In a previous episode of the “Chrisley Confessions” podcast, Todd discussed the verdict in detail. The businessman added at the time, “We wanted to let everyone know that it’s a really terrible, devastating period for our family right now. But despite this, “we remain steady in our faith and confidence that God will do what he does because God is a miracle worker, and that is what we are waiting for.”
In a social media post, Savannah Chrisley added her perspective on the case’s conclusion and what it could imply for her parents. “This world is so unfair, yet we’re all trying our best,” I’ll keep fighting for justice and supporting my family. The 24-year-old Sharknado actress posted on Instagram the same day, calling for “justice for us and for those that the system has failed.” “I do think that He will utilize every trial and tribulation we go through to build us up and get us ready for an even bigger purpose,” the author said.
“Thank you to everyone who continues to support us,” she said in closing. The struggle continues.
Todd and Julie could each receive up to 30 years in jail at their sentencing for their crimes, however a legal expert exclusively told Us that it’s doubtful they’ll receive the maximum. “Generally speaking, the sentence is not complete on tax evasion. According to Beverly Hills-based legal analyst Jeffrey W. Steinberger, who is not connected to the case, it is not a violent crime. They may live for up to 10 years, 15 years, or perhaps barely 5 years. The amount of money indicates that it will take some time.