Reality stars Todd and Julie Chrisley may have won a seven-figure settlement in their legal battle against Georgia, but the couple might not be able to keep the money for long.
The state of Georgia will have to pay Todd and Julie Chrisley $1 million over alleged misconduct while investigating them for tax evasion.
Todd Chrisley says he's had to face a black mold infestation, expired food, and unfair treatment by the guards during his time behind bars in Florida.
Savannah Chrisley has been documenting her family’s journey in her "Unlocked" podcast.
Savannah Chrisley took a moment at the beginning of her weekly podcast to remember her ex-fiance, Nic Kerdiles.
Nic Kerdiles, the one-time hockey player for the Anaheim Ducks, died Saturday after a motorcycle crash in Nashville, according to police.
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It's been eight months since Todd and Julie Chrisley reported to prison for their years-long sentences for tax fraud, and plans are already in the works to bring the family back to the small screen.
Attorneys for Todd and Julie Chrisley say they've did their final appeal in their fight against their conviction last week and are waiting on the results. "We argued very vigorously that their constitutional rights have been violated."
Todd and Julie Chrisley's children claim their parents are being kept in "inhumane conditions" — deeming the environment "a nightmare."
Todd and Julie Chrisley's daughter revealed on her podcast that the "Chrisley Knows Best" stars don't get to speak to each other in the four months since they started their prison sentences on tax fraud.
Less than two months after "Chrisley Knows Best Stars" Todd and Julie Chrisley began their time in prison, the family is dealing with more trouble with the law.
Savannah Chrisley spoke about it during her recent podcast “Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley” released Tuesday.
New court records filed in Georgia show reality star Julie Chrisley got a last-minute change in where she'll spend her seven years in prison on bank and tax fraud charges.
Todd and Julie Chrisley are scheduled to report to prison in Florida to begin their sentences after their convictions for bank fraud and tax evasion last year.
"Chrisley Knows Best" stars Todd and Julie Chrisley will still have to report to federal prisons in Florida next week after a judge denied their request for bail and a delay in their surrender date.
The 'Chrisley Knows Best' stars are set to begin their prison sentences in Florida in January.
New documents are giving a detailed look at what daily life is going to be like for the next 12 years for "Chrisley Knows Best" star Todd Chrisley starting when he reports to prison in Florida next month.
Reality stars Todd and Julie Chrisley will report to serve their time behind bars at two different federal prisons in Florida on Jan. 17.
Lindsie Chrisley said she needs time to "process" the recent prison sentences of her father Todd Chrisley and stepmother Julie Chrisley. She also touched on a reported custody battle over Todd and Julie Chrisley's granddaughter, Chloe.