Chase Chrisley reacts to his parents Todd & Julie’s sentencing – Hollywood Life +2023

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Chase Chrisley26, shared a cryptic message about the sudden loss of a loved one on November 28, a week after his parents todd and Julia Chrisley were sentenced to a total of 19 years in prison for bank fraud and tax evasion. In the story, posted on Instagram by @royaleyez and seen below, a widowed man encourages his friend to make his wife chili if she wants it, after some hesitation from his friend. The friend who complained about making the chili realized that the whole scenario was less about the chili and more about making his wife happy and spending time with her while he has it.

“It took me a few minutes to realize we weren’t talking about dinner anymore,” the story reads. “It was about going out of your way to do something for someone you love because at any moment it could be taken away from you unexpectedly.” The post went on to encourage people to take advantage of those moments that are available to them , not to be taken for granted. “Next time someone you love wants to go for a walk, or watch a soccer game, or play a board game, or just put down your phone and give them your undivided attention, just do it,” the statement said.

Todd, 53, was sentenced to 12 years in prison while Julie, 49, was sentenced to 7 years in prison on November 21 after being found guilty in her tax evasion case earlier this year. Todd was convicted of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud against the United States, bank fraud, and tax fraud. For her part, Julie was found guilty of tax fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and conspiracy to commit fraud against the United States. That Chrisley knows best Stars faced up to 30 years in prison for their plan.

Todd and Julie’s daughters Savannah Chrisley25 and estranged Lindsie Chrisley, 33, also posted touching messages on their respective social media pages shortly after learning of their parents’ fates. For her part, Savannah accepted Instagram Recount the day of their sentencing with a message originally posted by the pastor Kimberley Jones, also known as Real Talk Kim. “Noah continued to build the ark to declare himself to all who doubted and hated him. Keep building your ark. The rain will do the talking,” read the message.

Chase Chrisley poses with his parents Julie and Todd Chrisley at the 53rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards 2018 (Photo: Shutterstock)
Chase Chrisley poses with his parents Julie and Todd Chrisley at the 53rd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards 2018 (Photo: Shutterstock)

Lindsie also shared a note about her Instagram story on Monday. “Best friends pops up in the bad times with hugs and champagne,” she captioned a clip of two buddies comforting her on a bed Bruno Mars‘ ‘Count On Me’ ran across the video.

In the meantime, Kyle Chrisley31, shared the Bible verse Matthew 7:1-3 on his Instagram story. “Judge not, or you too will be judged. Because how you judge others is how you are judged, and the standard you use is how you are judged,” the message said. “Who do you look at the sawdust in your brother’s eye and ignore the board in your own eye?” Kyle is the father of a 10-year-old chloewho is in the care of his parents. However, Savannah announced that she will be given custody of Chloe once her parents are sent away.

Following their sentencing, Todd and Julie were “hysterical,” according to EXCLUSIVE. HollywoodLife Source. “With the holidays approaching, they don’t know how to celebrate knowing they’re going to jail for years and years,” the insider added. “This is her worst nightmare coming true. How can they even go shopping and get their parents’ gifts knowing they won’t be able to enjoy any of them? This will not be like any of their past holiday seasons because there is no joy at the moment.

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