A sign of support. Todd Chrisley pleaded with supporters to pray for him and his wife Julie as they wait for their sentence after being found guilty of fraud. The $30 Million Fraud Trial: Everything You Need to Know
The Chrisley Knows Best star, 53, said on 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, however, don’t want you to waste money on such items. There is nothing we need. Praying for us would therefore be the nicest present you could give.
In the background, Julie, 49, answered, “Amen.” After stating that they will “attempt to address as much of the trial each week that we can address,” Todd said that everyone in the Chrisley family was “doing as well as can be expected throughout this storm that we’re going through.” We will keep going forward while keeping our heads high.
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How Soon Is It? Schedule of Court Appointments Prior to Sentencing for Todd and Julie Chrisley The Georgia native and his wife were found guilty earlier this month on counts including conspiracy, bank and wire fraud, and tax evasion that were a result of a 2019 indictment. Although the reality TV stars intend to request a retrial before their October 6 sentence, the actual date of their sentencing is October 6.
Following the announcement of the verdict, a source told Us that “no one knows what’s going to happen or what to do at this stage.” “Tim and Julie’s future plans are essentially on hold until they learn the outcome of the sentencing in the fall. They weren’t expecting to be convicted, so this is terrible news. Suddenly, their entire lives were altered.
The insider continued, saying that the couple “isn’t sure what this implies for the future of Chrisley Knows Best and all their other ventures.”
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In a previous “Chrisley Confessions” audio episode from earlier this month, Todd talked openly about the verdict. During that time, the businessman said, “We wanted to let everyone know that it’s a really terrible, heartbreaking period for our family right now. But despite this, “we remain steady in our faith and hope that God will do what he does because God is a miracle worker, and that’s what we’re waiting for.”
Savannah Chrisley also shared her thoughts on the case’s conclusion and what it would imply for her parents in a social media post. We’re all trying our best despite how cruel life may be. In my pursuit of justice, I’ll keep supporting my family. The 24-year-old Sharknado actress expressed her belief that the day’s post on Instagram was “justice for ourselves and for others that the system has failed.” “I do think that He will strengthen us and prepare us for an even larger purpose via every trial and adversity we go through,” the author said.
“Thank you to all who continue to support us,” she said in her closing statement. There’s still a battle to be had. Legal Problems, Feuds, and Other Chrisley Family Drama Through the Years Todd and Julie could receive up to 30 years in prison at their sentencing for their crimes, though a legal expert exclusively told Us that it’s doubtful they’ll receive the maximum.
It’s usually not the complete punishment when it comes to tax avoidance. No one connected to the case, Beverly Hills-based legal analyst Jeffrey W. Steinberger said on Tuesday, June 21, “It’s not a violent crime. They might live for as long as 10, 15, or even only 5 years. It will be a substantial amount of time-based on the amount of money. The editors of Us Weekly break down the greatest entertainment news headlines every week on Hot Hollywood, so listen up!
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