Time flies fast. Just a few weeks ago, Todd and Julie Chrisley appealed their guilty verdict on bank fraud charges in the hope that they would be able to avoid jail time or at least delay it. Their lawyer was optimistic after applying for an extension to keep them out of jail for another 21 days, but the judge rejected Chrisley’s appeal and today they begin their respective sentences. So, how did they spend their last weekend free?
It turns out that both running errands and spending time with family were on the list. Some of these activities were reportedly more mundane; Todd Chrisley, for example, visited the post office. In addition, matriarch Chrisley Knows best spent the weekend with her daughter Savannah and her mother Pam Hughes. The Daily Mail saw them when they were buying furniture and groceries, as well as making supplies.
On the eve of the weekend, Todd and Julie were also last seen eating with Todd’s mom Faye Chrisley. Along with them were their daughter Savannah and niece Chloe, as well as their adult son Chase and his fiancee, who were engaged back in October. This news came after Lindsay Chrisley candidly said that the stars of Chrisley Knows Best “lived every day as if it was [their] last.” She said they enjoyed a “moment” with their children, and it seems that’s how they spent last weekend.
Both Todd and Julie Chrisley were expected to spend their prison terms in northwest Florida, but those plans have changed somewhat. Todd will continue to serve his sentence at the minimum security prison in Pensacola, FPC Pensacola. Julie, on the other hand, will serve her sentence at Lexington Federal Medical Center. She was originally supposed to be placed next to Todd at the Marianna Federal Correctional Institution, but instead she was transferred to a facility that allows medical and/or psychiatric care in Kentucky.
Both must surrender by noon on Tuesday, January 17.
How long will Todd and Julie Chrisley be in jail?
Unlike some other celebrity couples, Todd and Julie Chrisley will serve their sentences at the same time, which is different from what happened to another reality TV star Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe. (In this case, one parent stayed at home while the other spent time in prison, and then they abruptly switched places after being released.) This means that Savannah Chrisley will take care of her teenage brother Grayson and niece Chloe.
As for the sentences? Todd will serve the longer of the two terms, as he was sentenced to 12 years in prison on various charges, including bank fraud, tax evasion and more. While in prison, Chrisley may have to clean toilets or perform other similar tasks.
Julie Chrisley, despite the fact that she is also accused of fraud using electronic means of communication and obstruction of justice, will serve a seven-year sentence. Her husband asked for her sentence to be commuted, given her role as a guardian. Todd literally said that Julie “should not be punished” with a sentence similar to his, and the judge complied.
Even though prison reports are moving forward, Chrisley’s family is still challenging the verdict. On Tuesday, before his report, Todd posted a video that he titled “fighting for good.”
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We’ll keep you posted as soon as both reality TV stars settle down and set a release date.