Todd and Julie Chrisley’s oldest children, Savannah and Chase, are allegedly considering offers from TV bosses and book publishers for a tell-all in a desperate attempt to raise cash while their parents serve time in prison for fraud. Although they are trying to stay loyal to their incarcerated parents, sources claim that the children are not used to fending for themselves and are panicking about how to keep their luxury-loving family afloat. Todd and Julie were convicted of defrauding banks and committing tax fraud, with Julie at the Federal Medical Center Lexington in Kentucky and Todd at the Federal Prison Camp Pensacola in Florida.
Savannah and Chase Chrisley are allegedly considering a tell-all book or TV deal in order to raise money for their luxury-loving family after their parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley, were sentenced to prison for fraud.
Todd and Julie Chrisley, stars of the reality TV show “Chrisley Knows Best”, have been convicted of defrauding banks of $30 million and committing tax fraud, resulting in a federal prison sentence for Todd of 12 years and 7 years for Julie. With the parents behind bars, their oldest children, Savannah and Chase, are allegedly worrying about how to keep their luxury-loving family afloat, according to an insider source. The insider explains that while they’re trying to be loyal to their incarcerated elders, they’re used to being taken care of and are panicking about the reality of having to make their own way.
To cope with their newfound financial difficulties, TV bosses and book publishers are making offers, with the source claiming they’re in the millions of dollars. While they haven’t yet decided, the offers are hard to resist given the expense of their accustomed lifestyles. Despite their potential financial windfall, the insider says they’re also concerned about their younger siblings, Grayson and Chloe, and are taking care of them while their parents are in prison.
Todd and Julie are now adjusting to life in prison, with Julie being held at the Federal Medical Center Lexington in Kentucky and Todd at the Federal Prison Camp Pensacola in Florida. While they’re able to communicate with each other through letters, emails, and possibly packages, they’re limited to 300 minutes of calling time per month. They’re also able to talk to their children on the phone, provided they stay on the staff’s good side.
Savannah revealed that Grayson is finding it the hardest to come to grips with the situation, having had a breakdown when he had to process his parents’ predicament. Despite the difficulties plaguing Todd and Julie’s family, they’re working to move forward in the absence of their parents and support each other during this challenging time.