There are only a few days until they arrive Chrisley knows Very nice stars Todd & Julie Chrisley He will be sentenced on Nov. 21, and “fear” is haunting them both, a family member said Hollywood life TO BE. “Todd and Julie are very emotional and scared right now because they don’t know what’s going to happen to them,” the insider began. The whole family is in danger, and they are praying that, finding Nanny Faye He is suffering from bladder cancer and he will Chloe and Grayson so that they take care, their punishment will not be cruel.”
With Thanksgiving and other holidays fast approaching, the couple revealed that they are looking forward to getting through this difficult time as a family. They said: “With the holidays coming up, this could be the best time to go on holiday, or it could be the hardest holiday they’ve ever had. “All these experiences have brought them together, and they’ve all been leaning on each other for emotional support. Their family relationship is strong, and the family believes that everything will work out. The thought of Todd and Julie going to jail terrifies them all.”
Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, are parents to three children together Savannah25, Grayson, 16, is To chase26. The 53-year-old also has two older children from a previous marriage, including Wait,33 and Kyle, 31. Apparently, Kyle has a daughter, Chloe, 10, who Todd and his wife are looking after. Since the 31-year-old has parental rights, if Chloe’s grandmother is sentenced to prison, she will be in her father’s custody. TV Show Ace. The family is currently dealing with Todd’s mother, Faye’s health issues, as mentioned above, and Todd has “several medical conditions that he is taking medication for”, according to his lawyer.
The former TV personality was found guilty on charges of bank fraud and tax evasion on June 7, when she allegedly tried to defraud banks and hide money from the IRS. Todd, for his part, was charged with conspiracy to commit bank fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States, bank fraud, and tax fraud. On the other hand, his wife was charged with tax fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and conspiracy to defraud the United States. Julie was the same, except she had a wire fraud conviction, which Todd did not have. The mother of three was also charged with obstruction of justice, according to the Department of Justice.
Both Todd and Julie are described as “criminal history Class I,” at WSB-TV. Todd currently faces 17 to 22 years in prison, while Julie faces 10 to 13 years, on the same sentence. Since their verdict this summer, Chrisley’s family has been under house arrest, and has not been allowed to leave their home for work, school, or religious services. The Atlanta newspaper also reported that the court wanted a “money order” of more than $17 million.