In the reality TV show Chrisley Knows Best, which followed the Chrisleys’ family dynamics and documented their lives, multimillionaire real estate developer Todd Chrisley and his complicit wife, Julie Chrisley, gained fame. The couple lived a luxurious lifestyle, but not for long. The Chrisley couple was reportedly found guilty of multiple counts of bank fraud and tax evasion and were sentenced to a lengthy prison term and a hefty fine.

The Chrisley Family
The Chrisley Family

It has now been reported that Julie and Todd Chrisley’s adopted 10-year-old daughter, Chloe Chrisley, is dealing with their sentencing in her own style. In her podcast, Savannah Chrisley discussed how the 10-year-old sister handles her family’s ongoing legal problems. The couple has been sentenced to a combined 19 years in prison for the $36 million fraud.

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Julie Chrisley’s Adopted 10-Year-Old Daughter Chloe Learns The Situation

Julie Chrisley talked to her daughter Savannah Chrisley about her adopted daughter Chloe Chrisley in an episode of the Unlocked podcast recorded before the court date on Nov. 21. Currently, Savannah Chrisley has custody of her little sister Chloe.

10-year-old Chloe Chrisley
10-year-old Chloe Chrisley

Savannah described Chloe as “really nosy,” saying she listens more than her family members expect.

She told her mother in her podcast interview,

“She’ll put on her headphones and act like she’s listening to something when in reality, nothing’s on. So all of the legal issues we’ve had going on, she’s heard about [them].”

Despite their son, Kyle Chrisley’s addiction struggles, Julie Chrisley and her husband, Todd Chrisley, 49, gained custody of Chloe in 2016. Following their convictions for bank fraud and tax evasion, Savannah clarified that she had taken custody of Chloe after they were sentenced to a collective 19 years in prison.

Savannah said on her podcast’s Tuesday episode that Chloe is “coping with” the sentencing in her own way, while her mother added that the preteen also has “therapists helping her.” According to Savannah, her parents wanted to stay on top of Chloe’s mental health and what was in her best interest since Chloe was a toddler.

Additionally, the mother-daughter duo clapped back at the hateful comments Savannah recently received after she referred to Chloe as her “sister” on Instagram in a post posted a few days prior.

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Savannah Chrisley Explains Her Brother Grayson Chrisley’s Car Crash

Grayson Chrisley with her mother Julie Chrisley
Grayson Chrisley with her mother Julie Chrisley

Savannah Chrisley, 25, talked to her mom Julie Chrisley on her podcast Unlocked about how frightening the whole situation was when her brother, Grayson Chrisley, 16, met with a car accident on November 12.

The 25-year-old said,

“He made it sounds like a fender-bender. And y’all, when I tell you the whole front of his truck [was destroyed]. Like, every airbag deployed. It was bad.”

She added,

“When I showed up and saw it, literally my heart sank because, for anyone that knows, Grayson has always had a special place in my heart.”

Also, Savannah shared that Grayson said the situation was “the last thing” their family needed, given their parents’ ongoing legal drama. On Nov. 21, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department confirmed to a media outlet that Grayson struck a stopped vehicle in Tennessee’s capital city. After he was injured, he could not recall what happened, possibly due to a head injury. He was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. A crash occurred shortly before Grayson’s parents were sentenced for their involvement in financial crimes.

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Source: Page Six

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