Lindsie Chrisley discusses accusations against father, sex tape

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Real-life drama apparently has gotten worse for the Chrisley family with federal charges, a not guilty plea, and now allegations of a sex tape.

The reality TV stars are now at odds with their oldest daughter who has made a shocking allegation.

FOX 5 News has previously report Todd and Julie Chrisley are free on bond after being indicted on federal conspiracy, bank and fraud charges.

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Todd's daughter, Lindsie, Monday night spoke with FOX 5 News explains how he and his son threated to release a sex tape of her if she said something related to the case. Lindsie, the estranged member of the family said her relatives leveled a plot against her ahead of their federal indictment.

According to TMZ, Lindsie said in a Georgia police report her father Todd and brother Chase threatened to blackmail her with a sex tape of her if she didn't lie about "an incident."

After that became public TMZ reported her father said Lindsie wasn't telling the truth and had also cheated on her husband with stars of a reality dating show.

IN HER OWN WORDS: Hear what Lindsie Chrisley says about tape and her father in her own words

Last Tuesday, a federal grand jury in Atlanta indicted the Chrisleys on multiple counts of conspiracy, bank fraud, wire fraud, and tax evasion.

U.S. Attorney Byung J. "BJay" Pak said the 12-count indictment was issued Tuesday against the "Chrisley Knows Best" stars. Pak said from at least 2007 to around 2012, the couple "conspired to defraud numerous banks" by giving the banks false information and faked bank statements while applying for loans.

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The show on the USA network has followed the Chrisleys' tight-knit family for seven seasons. The family moved to the Nashville area a few years ago, but the criminal charges stem from when they lived in Atlanta's northern suburbs.

Pak said that the Chrisleys and their Roswell, Georgia-based accountant Peter Tarantino allegedly tried to obstruct the efforts of the IRS to examine their taxes by "hiding income, lying to third parties about their tax returns, and – in Tarantino's case – lying to FBI and IRS-CI Special Agents."

The couple pleaded not guilty to tax evasion and other federal charges.

The Chrisleys deny any wrongdoing.

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The Associated Press contributed to this report.