Savannah Chrisley gave readers an inside glimpse at her mother Julie Chrisley’s life since she started serving a seven-year prison sentence earlier this month.
Savannah, 25, stated on her “Unlocked” podcast on Tuesday, “My mom, she’s honestly doing pretty well, and I know it seems odd for me to say that, like it’s crazy for me to say, ‘Alright they’re doing really great,’ but they are.
The 50-year-old “Chrisley Knows Best” alum said to her listeners that since turning herself in on January 17, her mother has “found friends” and is “staying busy” at the Federal Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky.
Savannah laughed and said, “She’s playing some Spades, going to church, working, and when I tell you she’s playing, she’s running a dog on everyone.
Spades is her family’s “thing,” according to Savannah, so knowing that her parents are alright makes her “heart glad.”
The media personality also provided an update on Todd Chrisley, who has spent the last 12 years at Camp Pensacola Federal Prison in Florida, and how he is enjoying his time there.
She exclaimed, “I could never be more proud of my dad and the man that he is, working in the chapel, which is really incredible. “I get to hear all these people’s experiences and learn how he’s influencing and inspiring change in their lives.”
Chrisley went on to say that her 53-year-old dad has been “absolutely great” in urging his fellow prisoners to “know Jesus.”
She cried again, but this time she said, “That makes me feel at ease.” “It reassures me that they are fine. Though it’s not ideal, we take comfort in the fact that there is still hope.
Even while her dad is “doing very well,” Savannah continued, there are still “days that are rough” and various “struggles.”
She stated, “I am forever grateful for that. We chat to him, we contact him, and we get to see him.
The “Growing Up Chrisley” actress revealed that Todd recently received authorization to email Julie in addition to being allowed to email them back and forth.
“I’m ecstatic right now,” you said. She exclaimed, “It’s God working! I just spoke to my dad on the phone, and he literally had tears rolling down his eyes because he got the okay to contact my mom.
Savannah reassured her readers at the conclusion of her update that her parents have found a few friends who “help the time go by quicker” while they are incarcerated.
In August 2019, Todd and Julie were charged with fraud and tax evasion; in June 2022, they were convicted guilty of these offenses.
The ex-reality couple steadfastly defended their innocence and submitted an appeal request for their convictions.
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