Thinking of her family. After receiving their respective prison sentences, Todd and Julie Chrisley are looking at the next steps for the household.A source exclusively tells Us Weekly that “the family is devastated” following the verdict and that Julie, 49, is “distraught” after the judge’s official ruling on Monday, November 21. “She didn’t think she’d have to serve time and that she would be able to serve time from home,” the insider said.
The court denied Julie’s request for in-home confinement until her granddaughter Chloe becomes an adult.The source added: “They have said they are being made an example of because they are public figures.
But it’s all just excuses for their behavior instead of accepting it.”Despite the verdict, the two are looking to “speak with consultants” as they prepare for their prison sentence and wishfully “think they’ll get out early,” according to the insider.On Tuesday, Julie received seven years in prison while her husband, 53, was ordered 12 years behind bars.
The Chrisley Knows Best stars were given 16 months of probation. The pair were initially indicted in 2019 for tax evasion, bank and wire fraud and conspiracy and were found guilty on all charges by a jury in June.Following the news of the couple’s sentencing, the three reality shows that feature the family — Chrisley Knows Best, Growing Up Chrisley and Love Limo — were reportedly canceled by USA Network, according to Deadline, Chrisley Knows Best, which began in 2014, is set to wrap up with a shortened 10th season in 2023, with episodes taped before the pair were convicted for fraud.According to the insider, the reality TV family “kept telling producers they were innocent” and that the trial “would all blow over.” The source alsoRead more on usmagazine.com