Todd Chrisley is not looking forward to spending his first Thanksgiving behind bars and is upset about the situation. Although the couple will not be sitting down to a family meal this Thanksgiving, their daughter Savannah Chrisley is planning to visit both of them during the holiday season. In the meantime, Todd Chrisley is still serving his sentence in Florida while Julie is at a facility in Kentucky and the oral arguments for their case are anticipated to begin in 2024.
Todd Chrisley is upset about spending Thanksgiving behind bars, but his daughter Savannah is grateful for a recent win in her parents’ case, giving her hope that they may come home soon.
As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s a difficult time for Todd Chrisley, the star of Chrisley Knows Best. The reality TV personality, who is currently serving time at Federal Prison Camp, Pensacola in Florida, is reportedly feeling upset about spending the holidays “around other inmates instead of loved ones,” as his rep told TMZ on Tuesday, November 21. Todd and his wife, Julie, are both serving time after being convicted of tax evasion, bank and wire fraud, and conspiracy. Savannah Chrisley, the couple’s daughter, is planning to visit her parents during the holiday season.
There is a glimmer of hope for the Chrisley family, as it was recently announced that an appeals court has granted oral arguments in Todd and Julie’s case. Savannah revealed in an Instagram video that the oral arguments will begin the week of March 25, 2024. This news brought renewed hope for the family, as they are one step closer to getting Todd and Julie home.
Savannah has also been candid about the challenges of being a guardian to her brother and her niece, Chloe. Despite all the family’s struggles, she has been finding time for romantic love, as she and boyfriend Robert Shiver recently made their relationship Instagram official. Amid the legal battle and family obligations, Savannah is continuing to navigate her new family dynamic and enjoy love and happiness.