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Julie Chrisley ‘Grateful’ Todd Marriage Hasn’t Fallen Aside

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After being sentenced to serve time in jail for allegedly committing fraud, Julie Chrisley is grateful she will be able to lean on husband Todd Chrisley for assist.

“I’m grateful that our relationship has grown as a substitute of falling aside,” the Chrisley Is aware of Finest star, 49, stated throughout a Wednesday, November 23, episode of her “Chrisley Confessions” podcast, which was prerecorded earlier than their sentencing listening to. “When folks undergo traumatic occasions, lots of occasions they don’t make it. Quite a lot of occasions the connection falls aside as a result of all the pieces is annoying. There’s approach added pressures, and other people don’t make it.”

Us Weekly confirmed on Monday, November 21, that Todd, 53, and Julie had each been sentenced to time in jail after they have been discovered responsible of tax fraud. The USA Community patriarch was issued a 12-year sentence, whereas Julie was sentenced to seven years. The couple will each serve 16 months of probation, as properly.

The fact TV couple — who wed in 1996 — have been initially indicted in 2019 on 12 counts of tax evasion, financial institution and wire fraud and conspiracy. Whereas Todd and Julie denied the allegations, a jury discovered them responsible on all counts in Might.

Julie Chrisley and Todd Chrisley
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“It’s a tricky time proper now, however we’re grateful for each one in every of you that has taken the hassle,” Todd admitted throughout a earlier episode of the “Chrisley Confessions” podcast after the decision was introduced. “We’re grateful and appreciative of it. … We’re going to proceed to do ‘Chrisley Confessions’ for so long as we get to do it after which Chase and Savannah will take it over. And at that time, they would be the ones that may fill you in on all the pieces that’s happening in our lives at that time.”

Todd and Julie — who share youngsters Chase, Savannah and Grayson — have remained steadfast of their religion to assist them cope.

“Yesterday was a troublesome day for the Chrisley household,” the duo’s lawyer, Alex Little, stated in an announcement to Us Weekly on Tuesday, November 22. “However Todd and Julie are folks of religion, and that religion provides them power as they attraction their convictions.”

Little additional claimed that the preliminary trial had been “marred by critical and repeated errors, together with the federal government mendacity to jurors about what taxes the couple paid.” He famous: “Based mostly on these points, we’re optimistic concerning the street forward.”

(L-R) Faye Chrisley, Chase Chrisley, Todd Chrisley, Savannah Chrisley, Chloe Chrisley, Julie Chrisley, and Grayson Chrisley.
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When Todd and Julie report back to jail, Savannah could have custody of her 16-year-old brother Grayson and 10-year-old niece Chloe. (Todd and Julie have been awarded custody of his son Kyle’s daughter, Chloe, amid private struggles in 2013.)

“I could come residence with out each of my mother and father. That’s what the probabilities are,” the Rising Up Chrisley alum, 25, stated throughout a Monday episode of her “Unlocked” podcast. “That’s the chance, and that’s my new regular. I come residence Tuesday, and I’ve custody of a 16-year-old and a 10-year-old, and we spend our first Thanksgiving not as a household. I’ve by no means been away from my household for the vacations.”

Todd — who shares daughter Lindsay and son Kyle with ex-wife Teresa Terry — and Julie have since been nervous about their new regular.

“I do know in my coronary heart that I’m a Christian. I do know I consider that God can work miracles however I nonetheless have this worry,” Julie stated on Wednesday’s episode, noting she’s “dwelling by a nightmare.”


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