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Julie Chrisley ‘distraught’ after learning prison sentence

Julie Chrisley at the TCAs.
Julie Chrisley is having difficulty dealing with sentencing. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/Carrie-nelson

Julie Chrisley is reportedly having difficulty accepting what happened during her sentencing earlier this week.

The Chrisley Knows Best star was sentenced to seven years in prison and 16 months of probation once she is released.

Ahead of sentencing, Julie pled with the judge to allow her to remain on home monitoring so that her son and granddaughter could have her around until they became adults. However, that was denied.

Julie and her husband, Todd Chrisley, will report to prison in Florida on January 15, 2023.

It’s been a lot for the Chrisley family to deal with, especially with Grayson Chrisley and Chloe Chrisley being minors. Savannah Chrisley will have custody of her brother and niece while her parents serve their sentences.

With just a little over a month and a half left before they report to prison, Julie seems to be taking things harder.

Julie Chrisley is having a tough time

According to a Chrisley insider who spoke to Us Weekly, Julie Chrisley is taking the sentencing pretty hard.

The source said Julie was “distraught” following the sentencing because “she didn’t think she’d have to serve time and that she would be able to serve time from home.”

The Chrisleys reportedly believe they are being made examples because of their public figure status. They aren’t accepting responsibility, according to the source.

That has been addressed a lot since the sentencing earlier this week. Todd and Julie both maintain their innocence, so apologies and owning up to anything isn’t something they are interested in doing.

Neither Todd nor Julie has spoken out about the verdict. They did release a statement through their attorney, which said the day was a “difficult” one for the couple.

What’s next for the Chrisleys?

Following their sentencing earlier this week, Chrisley Knows Best and Growing Up Chrisley have reportedly been axed. Another show that was in the works was also scrapped in the wake of the lengthy prison sentences.

Savannah Chrisley will be raising Grayson and Chloe Chrisley. It’s unclear what role Chase Chrisley will have in helping Savannah. There hasn’t been much talk about Chase and his plans following his parents’ sentencing.

Nanny Faye is still moving forward, despite battling bladder cancer. She was diagnosed over a year ago with the disease and was undergoing treatment as Todd and Julie were battling this case.

The family should make the most of their time as 2023 will see Todd and Julie turn themselves into federal prisons in Florida.

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Wendy
Wendy
2 months ago

These entitled jerks believe it’s all right to cheat and steal and then not have to pay for it. Can’t do the time,don’t do the crime. No sympathy here.

Joyce Muller
Joyce Muller
2 months ago

I feel bad that 2 smart individuals got their selves in such a serious mess with 2 juniviles to raise .

Alesia Heffner
Alesia Heffner
2 months ago

I honestly feel that this is just cruel. Where is the proof that they did anything wrong?. As wholesome as this family is on the show and how strict Todd is as a father. I just don’t see him or Julie doing this kind of thing to put their life’s in harms way or away from their children. I will pray for them and their family. This is not right.

Jamee D Vick
Jamee D Vick
2 months ago
Reply to  Alesia Heffner

The prosecutors had plenty of proof, hence the guilty verdict. Falsified loan documents to get mortgages, falsified personal financial statements, and lying on their tax returns for 4 years. Their tax accountant also got 3 years.

Cindy Smith
Cindy Smith
2 months ago

I believe the sentence was extremely harsh and very unfair

Peggy burchardt
Peggy burchardt
2 months ago

You are all in my prayers.

Artrip Ken
Artrip Ken
2 months ago

Play with the bull you get the horns and you can’t hide behind God and be shady and slipping and sliding and think you’re not gonna have to pay for your mess dealings

Patsy Hughes
Patsy Hughes
2 months ago

I FEEL BAD FOR.ALL THE.KIDS INVOLVED

THE SAINT
THE SAINT
2 months ago

IF YOU CANT DO THE TIME, THEN DONT DO THE CRIME, anybody else would have gotten life plus 30 years, she got lucky.

Michael Leamon
Michael Leamon
2 months ago

WELCOME TO THE REAL WORLD
They should’ve thought about the consequences when they scammed all these banks for loans of over $30 million dollars

Anonymous
Anonymous
28 days ago

God doesn’t bless sin. Do you have to eat humble pie And hopefully when they come out they’ll realize they are not any better than anyone else