Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley recorded a “Chrisley Confessions” podcast episode forward of their sentencing, discussing the “worry” they felt.
“I do know in my coronary heart that I’m a Christian. I do know I imagine that God can work miracles … however I nonetheless have this worry,” Julie, 49, told listeners in Wednesday’s launch, including that she was “dwelling by a nightmare.”
Todd, 53, later stated that whereas they hadn’t “see[n] justice” after they had been convicted of bank fraud and tax evasion in June, they believed God was “going to point out it in his time.”
The couple, who had been sentenced on Monday to a collective 19 years in jail, went on to clarify how their 26-year marriage has stayed sturdy amid their authorized battle.
“When individuals undergo traumatic occasions, lots of instances they don’t make it,” Julie stated. “Quite a lot of instances the connection falls aside as a result of all the pieces is hectic. There’s means added pressures, and folks don’t make it.
“I’m grateful that our relationship has grown as an alternative of falling aside,” she continued.
The pre-recorded episode dropped two days after Todd was sentenced to 12 years behind bars and Julie to seven, with 16 months of probation every.
The duo subsequently launched an announcement by way of lawyer Alex Little.
“Todd and Julie are individuals of religion, and that religion offers them energy as they enchantment their convictions,” the household legal professional stated on Tuesday of the “troublesome day.”
Little added, “Their trial was marred by critical and repeated errors. … Primarily based on these points, we are optimistic in regards to the highway forward.”
The pair’s present “Chrisley Is aware of Finest” and its spinoff, “Rising Up Chrisley,” had been both canceled within the wake of the sentencing.
As for the previous actuality star’s 16-year-old son, Grayson, and their 10-year-old niece, Chloe, of whom Todd and Julie had custody, Savannah Chrisley is now caring for them.
“[I”m] attempting to navigate the way you educate two youthful youngsters who aren’t totally developed but and … get them to know the circumstances,” the “Unlocked” podcast host, 25, told listeners on Monday. “That’s a extremely, actually troublesome factor.”
Savannah known as the custody change the “hardest” a part of the scandal, noting that the little ones want “love and hugs … greater than something.”
As for Lindsie Chrisley, the 33-year-old referred to herself as “brokenhearted” and “crushed in spirit” in a Monday Instagram Story add.
The half-sisters’ mother and father had been indicted in August 2019 and have continued to take care of their innocence.