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Where will Todd and Julie Chrisley spend their prison time?

Todd and Julie Chrisley at an event.
Todd and Julie Chrisley will spend their time in prison separately but in the same state. Pic credit: ©ImageCollect.com/Sammi/AdMedia

Todd and Julie Chrisley may be home for the holidays, but shortly after the new year begins, they are expected to report and begin serving their prison sentences.

The couple was sentenced to 19 years in prison earlier this week. Todd will serve 12 years, and Julie will do seven.

It was a much harsher sentence than the couple expected as they had pled for leniency, asking the judge who sentenced them to allow Julie to remain home while Todd served his sentence until their youngest child, Chloe, reached 18. However, that was denied as both the Chrisleys are set to report to prison on January 15, 2023.

According to Entertainment Tonight, both Todd and Julie Chrisley will be doing their time in federal prisons in Florida.

Julie will be in Tallahassee, Florida, at the same facility where Ghislaine Maxwell is serving her time. Todd will be in Pensacola, Florida, in a facility that is rumored to be more like a “camp” than an actual prison.

Currently, the Chrisleys have around a month and a half before they have to begin serving their time.

Savannah Chrisley opens up about parents’ sentencing

Ahead of their actual sentencing, Savannah Chrisley pre-taped an episode of her Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley podcast.

She revealed that she would have custody of Grayson Chrisley and her niece, Chloe Chrisley, in the absence of their parents. Savannah will be the one who attends their graduations and is there through their heartbreaks.

Savannah is stepping up to the plate for the next seven years or so while Julie Chrisley serves out her sentence or the family wins their forthcoming appeal.

Todd and Julie Chrisley release statement through attorney

Todd and Julie Chrisley allowed their attorney to release a statement on their behalf following the sentencing.

Their representative told ET that it was “a difficult” day for the couple, also acknowledging they were “people of faith.”

The statement continued, “Their trial was marred by serious and repeated errors, including the government lying to jurors about what taxes the couple paid. Based on these issues, we are optimistic about the road ahead.”

The couple did release a podcast episode this week, which was taped ahead of their sentencing.

Todd addressed how fame has affected their lives, and Julie spoke about strengthening their marriage as they walked through the fire.

It is a long road ahead for the reality TV family, but they have said they will never stop fighting.

Chrisley Knows Best and Growing Up Chrisley are currently on hiatus.

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Opel hartsfield
Opel hartsfield
1 month ago

I dont know the truth about it only god and them know, but my heart goes out to them. I live in Tallahassee and i can tell you its not a bad prison to be in. I know as a mother it’s going to be hard on them. I pray for them and their family. God bless you both, I enjoyed your family show. Keep your faith! God has a plan!

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 month ago

Amen

Susan Branham
Susan Branham
1 month ago

I agree. My heart does go out to them because of their children. I know their guilty but I also think the sentences Julie received is a bit strong considering she cares for Faye and has minor children. It could have been allowing Julie to undergo monitoring at home caring for her kids until Todd was released then she serve her time. But I think an example was wanting to be made out of them. I pray God will get them thru all of this and their children stay safe and healthy and Faye hangs in there and doesn’t pass while Todd is incarcerated. That would be devastating.. We should all remember them on Jan 15 and have a chain prayer to help them get thru it. Noone is perfect 🙏

MARGARET GANT WORLEY
1 month ago

🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽

Brenda Cooper
1 month ago

My heart is so heartbroken with this decision for the Chrisley and for there poor family I have watched them since the beginning and they are a family of faith truth and honesty and I have seen the system fail time and time again and to use people as examples and it’s so very sad to the Chrisley family keep your faith the truth will come out and the right people who love you will stand by you god bless you all

Bambi PINKERTON
Bambi PINKERTON
1 month ago

Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time! She knew exactly what she was getting herself into when lying and cheating banks so she has to go to jail too bad so sad.She put herself first her greed and listening to Todd to break the law! She’s going to a rich person camp not a dirty nasty prison cell!

lisa martin
lisa martin
1 month ago

Well BAMBI, Thanks for the most heartful comment, if you hated them so much, then WHY are you responding to it? Your comment was so vile that it is almost sickening. I guess being nice is not in your heart, so I will stop trying to figure you out. It must be wonderful to be in your family as long as you do “the right” thing everytime.

Tami
Tami
1 month ago

Why Florida?

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 month ago

That’s right…

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 month ago

You can put jail for that many days. But my mother n law can get killed by a drunk driver and get five years. The police and justice system.sucks.

ljm
ljm
1 month ago
Reply to  Anonymous

your dead MIL is in prison?

Anonymous
Anonymous
1 month ago

Keep the faith!! Martha Stewart came through it. You will too!

Ananda
Ananda
1 month ago

Ananda
Ananda
1 month ago

I feel that if they were people of faith they wouldn’t have done all those crimes. I do hope they truly become Christians while they’re in prison. Our Lord Jesus Christ will bring them thru this..I pray for them & especially for the family they will leave behind.

ljm
ljm
1 month ago

so many people defending these crooks. They broke the law. They lied to officials. They have been living a better life than you by breaking the law, and you’re okay with that? I hope they rot.

lisa martin
lisa martin
1 month ago
Reply to  ljm

I hope no one in your family breaks the law, I would not want you on my side.