During an interview on her sister’s podcast, Unlocked, Savannah Chrisley pointed out that their 26-year-old brother Chase Chrisley is the only member of the family who hasn’t talked about their parents’ sentences in public. Chase said, “I don’t think I have to explain myself to anyone, though.”
“I don’t have to explain myself to anyone.” “I don’t have to explain how I feel to anyone but the people I love and care about,” he said. “We have definitely been going through hell.” It’s a terrible thing to happen. “But even when things are the worst, I have to try to see the bright side.”
Chase said, “I think that everything we’ve been through has taught me to value things I didn’t before.” It’s made me really think about who I am as a man now and who I want to be in 10 years, and then another 10 years after that, and another 10 years after that.
The Chrisley Knows Best actor said, “I’m not going to worry about what everyone else in the world thinks and says about me.”
“I need to take care of myself so I can take care of Emmy [Medders], my fiancee.” I need to make sure Emily is doing well. He went on. I have to make sure that my family is emotionally healthy and that I am emotionally stable enough to help my family.
He said, “I feel like I’ve been working behind the scenes, so I haven’t really posted anything on Instagram or anything like that.” And it will be worth it, so I’ll just let what needs to be said come out in the way I act.
Todd, who is 53, and Julie, who is 49, were both sent to prison in November for fraud and not paying taxes. A federal judge gave Todd a sentence of 12 years in prison and 16 months of probation. Julie got 7 years in prison and 16 months of probation.
A few days after the choice was made, Chase posted a mysterious message to his Instagram Story about how “loved ones can be taken from you without warning.” In general, the author showed how important it is to spend time with close friends and family.
The letter went on to say, “Just do it the next time someone you care about wants to go for a walk, watch a football game, play a board game, or have you put down your phone and pay full attention to them.”
Todd and Julie have to go to a prison in Florida on January 17. But they now admit that they have already taken their case to court.