Reality stars Todd and Julie Chrisley are set to report for prison on Tuesday (Jan. 17) to complete their respective 12 and 7 year sentences.
The married couple have starred on the TV show Chrisley Knows Best along with their children Lindsie, Kyle, Chase, Savannah, Grayson, Chloe and Todd’s mom, “Nanny” Faye Chrisley. The show premiered on USA Network in 2014. According to Deadline, USA Network renewed the show for a tenth season around November 2022. They will release a few episodes that were filmed before the trial.
Todd, 53, was found guilty of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, bank fraud, tax fraud and conspiracy to defraud the United States. Julie, 49, was convicted of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, bank fraud, tax fraud and conspiracy to defraud the United States. In addition, she received wire fraud and obstruction of justice charges.
According to TMZ, Todd and Julie both reported to their respective prisons as of 10am PST on Tuesday (Jan 17).
Todd is will complete his sentence at Federal Prison Camp Pensacola, which is a minimum security prison that holds close to 350 inmates in total and has “dormitory housing, a relatively low staff-to-inmate ratio, and limited or no perimeter fencing.”
TMZ also reports that Julie reported to a federal prison in Lexington, Kentucky. She was initially supposed to serve at Federal Correctional Institution Marianna in Florida, but was reassigned last month.
Just one day before reporting for prison, Todd Chrisley shared his final social media post. It was a video of Karen Peck & New River performing “Four Days Late” live.
He captioned the video “HE is always on time… #fightthegoodfight”
His comments were flooded with support from his children, friends, and fans alike.
Todd’s daughter, Savannah, wrote, “I love you daddy ❤️,” to which Fox News reports that he responded by saying, “I love you more my beauty and always will. Isn’t it great when he’s 4 days late and he’s still on time?”
His estranged son Kyle commented, “I love you daddy this isn’t over.”
Peck, the singer in the video, even offered her support: “We are praying for you, Julie, and your family.”
Todd’s post has since been removed, likely due to copyright claims on the video, but it was seen by countless people.