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Chase Chrisley details Todd Chrisley’s prison conditions: ‘My mom’s place is even worse’

Chase Chrisley in a Chrisley Knows Best confessional.
Chase Chrisley updated listeners on Todd and Julie Chrisley. Pic credit: USA Network

Chase Chrisley hasn’t been too open about life with his parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley, behind bars.

Savannah Chrisley has shared more details, and she has taken on the responsibility of the head of the family in her parents’ absence.

The Chrisley Knows Best stars watched as Todd and Julie reported to separate federal prisons earlier this year. Every holiday this year will be a first for the family without them, including Mother’s Day.

Earlier this week, Chase appeared on the Chasin’ Birdies podcast. It was a switch-up for the podcast hosts and gave Chrisley fans more insight into how Chase feels with his parents away.

With Todd and Julie in separate prisons in separate states, it takes some strategizing to ensure they both get weekend visits.

Chase was very candid about his parents’ conditions while in federal custody.

Chase Chrisley alleges there is black mold and no air conditioning in the facilities where Todd and Julie Chrisley reside

While speaking on the Chasin’ Birdies podcast, Chase Chrisley opened up about the conditions he sees his parents living in while in federal custody.

He mentioned how people think Todd Chrisley is living in a country club, but that’s not the cause. In his facility in Florida, there is black mold.

Chase also revealed that the federal prison and medical facility Julie is housed in lacks air conditioning. He called the conditions “so sh***y.”

How do Chase Chrisley and Savannah Chrisley ensure they see their parents?

Savannah Chrisley is working on doing her best while raising Grayson Chrisley and Chloe Chrisley. She shares photos of their life and focuses on putting them first.

Chase Chrisley revealed he and Savannah switch back and forth to see their parents to ensure everyone gets time to see both parents. One weekend he sees his dad and the following, he goes to see his mom. Todd is in Florida, Julie is in Kentucky, and the kids live in Nashville.

He said, “Savannah will go see my dad, I’ll go see my mom, we’ll rotate.”

She also brings Grayson and Chloe to see whichever parent she sees that weekend.

This hasn’t been easy for the family, especially because Todd and Julie haven’t been apart like this in three decades. While they work to appeal their convictions, they will continue to serve time in their facilities. Julie had requested to do her time under home confinement, but that was denied.

Not long ago, Savannah also gave an update on her mom. She revealed Julie sticks to herself and likes to keep busy, so time passes quickly.

It’s a day-by-day thing right now for the Chrisley kids as they navigate this new chapter of their life.

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janice jones
janice jones
11 months ago

they knew what they were doing they just thought they were going to get away with it

Deborah Thompson
Deborah Thompson
11 months ago

So sorry for your parents

Lois Cash
Lois Cash
11 months ago

I love the Chrisleys and an ? sorry and sad ? that they got so much time in prison. I don’t think the crime fit the time. I don’t see why Julie couldn’t have spent her time with leg monitors and at home. She is not a violent person.

Anonymous
Anonymous
10 months ago
Reply to  Lois Cash

FED TIME IS HARD TIME, NOT HOME TIME.

Yonna B
Yonna B
11 months ago

I think this is so sad. They were used to make an example but, let all of our politicians continue their cheating and lying and stealing from the people they are suppose to care for. Our government is a joke!

Rosemarie Murphy
Rosemarie Murphy
10 months ago

It’s sad regardless of what they did . But still they committed a crime and no one is above the law. Best thing is serve their time and move on.

Dorothy Dimsdale
Dorothy Dimsdale
10 months ago

I love the Chrisley show Julie should have served her time at home