from reality family chrisley knows best And chrisley is rising Encountering unscripted drama far more intense than any TV episode.
Todd and Julie Chrisley have begun dealing with their convictions for bank fraud and tax evasion in June, and it has left some members of their family struggling. Daughter Savannah opens up about the effect it had on her. and Kyle, Todd’s son from his marriage to the former Teresa Terry, has had his own run-ins with the law.
Here’s a breakdown of the Chrisleys’ real-life drama in 2023, starting with the latest:
March 14: Kyle Chrisley is arrested for aggravated assault
The Smyrna Police Department in Tennessee confirmed to Yahoo Entertainment that Kyle Chrisley was booked on March 14 for the alleged assault, a day after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
According to the police report, Chrisley’s supervisor at Penske Truck Rentals alleged that Kyle “attacked her with multiple blows to her face and upper body” and “displayed a fixed blade knife and threatened to kill/stab her.” ” Witnesses corroborated that story. A day after the booking, however, police said they had confirmed that Chrisley “does not work for Penske, but was involved in a reported incident on East Enon Springs Road in Smyrna”.
According to a preliminary news release from the department, Kyle voluntarily appeared for booking. Bail was set at $3,000, and he was briefly jailed at the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center before being released. March 28 is the date of his court hearing.
Kyle, who appeared in chrisley knows best In 2014, the latter was estranged from his father for several years, which Kyle attributed to his drug addiction. In August 2019, Kyle stated that he was sober and was reunited with Todd and other family members.
The 31-year-old is the biological father of 10-year-old Chloe Chrisley, who was adopted by tod and julie In 2016, amid Kyle’s addiction and mental health problems.
Feb. 21: Savannah says the family is planning a new reality show documenting life after Todd and Julie’s sentencing
Savannah regularly shares updates about her parents on her podcast, open with savannah chrisley, In the January 30 episode, she said that her mother was busy attending church, working, and beating up her fellow inmates in spades.
She also offered the latest on Todd.
Savannah said, “He’s working at the chapel, which is absolutely wonderful, and I could never be more proud of my dad and the man he is.”
But some reports are more rocky than others, as Savannah has admitted to struggling with missing Todd and Julie, and caring for both niece Chloe and her younger brother, 16-year-old Grayson, since their parents left. Had to adapt to parenting.
With all these ups and downs, Savannah revealed on the February 21 episode of her podcast that her family is “talking to some production companies about doing another show,” which would document their life, while Todd And Julie is behind bars.
January 17: Todd and Julie Chrisley report to jail
Seven months after Todd and Julie were convicted, they went to their respective prisons to serve 12 years at the Federal Correctional Institution Pensacola in Florida (him) and seven years at the Federal Medical Center Lexington in Lexington, Ky. While Julie was originally assigned to a facility also in Florida, she was being sent to a facility for inmates in need of medical or mental health care.
Savannah later recounted how heartbroken her parents were upon hearing that they had lost their case.
“I’ll never forget when they stood up to read the verdict and it was like guilty, guilty, guilty over and over again,” Savannah told Kaitlyn Bristowe on the March 14 episode. off the vine podcast, “And I just saw the emotion on my parents’ faces and … everything, they were just in tears.”
When the reality stars were indicted, prosecutors said that they had attempted to evade taxes since early 2009, and that they had attempted to hide their millions in earnings from their TV shows from the government. Meanwhile, the Chrisley family also inflated their net worth and sought loans from smaller lenders, which do fewer reviews than larger lenders, to secure over $30 million in fraudulent loans.