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Todd and Julie Chrisley ‘on edge’ as sentencing date looms

Todd and Julie Chrisley on the red carpet.
Todd and Julie Chrisley will be sentenced next week. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/Carrie-nelson

Todd and Julie Chrisley are set to be sentenced on bank fraud and tax evasion charges on Monday, November 21.

The Chrisley Knows Best stars were found guilty in June, and their sentencing was delayed due to an appeal filed.

As the sentencing date looms, several emotions are happening within the family.

The Chrisleys have remained tight-knit since the verdict was rendered, with Savannah Chrisley and her brother, Chase Chrisley, spending a lot of time with Todd and Julie.

They’ve had a few months to process what happened, but now their fate lies in the hands of the judge who will sentence them.

It’s almost time to learn what the next decade (or more) of their lives will look like, and the emotions are running high.

Todd and Julie Chrisley face several years in prison

Todd and Julie Chrisley face up to 30 years in prison, each based on their convictions in June.

According to a family source who spoke to Hollywood Life, Todd and Julie are dealing with plenty of emotions ahead of their sentencing.

They told the publication, “Todd and Julie are extremely emotional and nervous right now because they do not know what their fate is going to be.”

There are so many things the couple will have to work out with their family should they both have to serve their time concurrently instead of back to back.

The source continued, “The entire family is on edge, and they are praying that, since Nanny Faye is suffering from bladder cancer and they have Chloe and Grayson to take care of, their sentence will not be harsh.”

Nanny Faye suffering from bladder cancer was disclosed just a few months ago, as it was made public during the trial. However, she had hoped to keep the matter private. The news came in 2021, and Nanny Faye had undergone chemo from the beginning and is reportedly doing well.

Savannah Chrisley has her family’s back

Throughout the entire ordeal, Savannah Chrisley has been by her dad’s and mom’s side. She has spoken out about knowing the truth and researching what’s happening with her parents’ case.

Savannah was seen at her parents’ house immediately after they were released following their guilty verdict as they remained on house arrest while awaiting sentencing.

There is a lot to consider when it comes to sentencing for Todd and Julie Chrisley, and Savannah will likely be the one to hold the family together. She has worked on that within the family, including with her formerly-estranged sister, Lindsie Chrisley.

As Monday approaches, the family is likely making the most of their time together.

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Gary Schwartz
Gary Schwartz
17 days ago

Prayers for you all coming from Eldorado Illinois God has your back no matter what happens,I pray that you both stay home with your family we all love you guys from Southern Illinois

Shawn Ireland
Shawn Ireland
16 days ago

I’m so sorry to hear this terrible news about y’all and your family. I love your show and I hope and pray that the judge shows leniency on the both of you because I don’t feel like that you deserve to spend one day in prison. You have touched a lot of people’s hearts with your TV show and I for one have learned some life lessons from watching you and your family dealing with daily life issues I would get jealous because I never had a family like yours at all and when I would watch your show I would just imagine putting myself as I was one of your family members and I give Todd the utmost respect for the way he took care of his family and treated his family and I hope that you’re able to stay home and not have to do any time at all God bless my prayers are out for you!!! Are justice system is so corrupt and just absolutely ridiculous because of people that do deserve to be in prison or walk in the streets and people like you that don’t deserve it or probably going to end up having to go and I hate it I hate that the system is the way that it is