As Todd Chrisley fills out his 12-year jail sentence, his family is making time to be by his side.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the “Chrisley Knows Best” star who is currently incarcerated at the Federal Correctional Institute Pensacola in Florida received a visit from his daughter Lindsie Chrisley and his mother, Nanny Faye.

Lindsie, 33, appeared to talk about their “impromptu road trip,” mentioning that people were asking her why she was there.

She remarked during her “Southern Tea” podcast on Wednesday, according to ET, “This past weekend, there was a thread about folks trying to figure out what beach I was at and why I was there.”

“If it was a brand-new condo, if it was my parents’ beach property.”

After being given a combined sentence of 19 years in prison for fraud and tax evasion on January 17, Todd Chrisley and his wife Julie Chrisley reported to their respective prisons. Nanny and Lindsie’s journey to Florida took place only a few days afterwards.

Related: Julie And Todd Chrisley Begin Serving Prison Sentences In A Tax Fraud Case

Julie, 50, has started serving her seven-year term at the Federal FMC Lexington in Kentucky while Todd spends his time there.

The couple will each have to serve 16 months on probation after their release.

The shift has been openly discussed by Todd and Julie’s children since they have been imprisoned.

Although the “result wasn’t what we intended,” Lindsie, who Todd shares with his ex-wife Teresa Terry, said on her podcast that she is delighted there “is some feeling of peace and closure and now we have the opportunity to be able to adjust.”

Savannah Chrisley, Todd and Julie’s oldest child, admitted that without her parents, her “life is falling apart.”

“For the time being and probably for the foreseeable future, we kind of had to say goodbye to my parents. And that was really, very, really difficult,” she stated on Tuesday’s episode of her podcast “Unlocked.”

The 25-year-old added on social media, “I love you mama,” and said she would “forever fight” for Julie.

On a number of associated offenses, including encouraging the filing of fake tax returns, Todd and Julie were found guilty in June. The pair was also charged with providing false information to banks while asking for loans and renting a residence in California by providing phony credit reports and bank records.


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