Todd Chrisley’s Money-Panicked Kids Tempted By Huge Tell-All Offers
Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley raised their kids to appreciate luxury. And as Chrisley Knows Best revealed, the patriarch and matriarch even encouraged older kids Chase and Savannah to crave more than they could afford. However, with Todd and Julie behind bars for many years, how can Chase and Savannah cope without the luxury they think they need?
Find out how the Chrisley Knows Best kids have begun to panic. And learn about their possible solutions. Get all the details below.
Savannah And Chase Chrisley – Panic Over Lacking Luxury
Growing up Chrisley means that Savannah and Chase Chrisley never lacked for luxury. But then their parents Todd and Julie received guilty verdicts to multiple charges. As a result, the Chrisley Knows Best patriarch and matriarch will spend a combined 19 years in prison. And their oldest kids have started to realize what that means in terms of paying for their extravagant lifestyles, insiders told Radar.
Savannah, 25, and Chase, 26, reportedly keep panicking about how to maintain the luxury they assume they deserve. And so with Todd and Julie serving a combined 19 years behind bars, their kids have considered a tell-all book. But they also reportedly could return to TV to make money.
“TV bosses and book publishers are making offers,” an insider revealed. And the source added, “We’re talking millions of dollars.” But the insider pointed out that Todd and Julie created the problem for their kids.
Savannah and Chase never learned to fend for themselves. And the source noted, “The truth is, these kids were spoiled for so long. And they’re used to nice things and being taken care of. They’re used to mooching off their parents and a new reality is setting in. That makes these tell-all offers hard to resist.”
Weeks after Todd and Julie Chrisley reported to prison, their daughter Savannah is sharing an update on how they're doing. pic.twitter.com/z49hYpjCCS— E! News (@enews) February 1, 2023
Todd Chrisley’s – Kids Must Learn To Survive ‘Without Daddy’s Help’
But ultimately, Savannah and Chase need to face reality. And as the source commented, the two must “make their own way without daddy’s help. And that’s a harsh reality. They’re in a panic about how it will all shake out.”
Because of their convictions for defrauding banks out of $30 million and committing tax fraud, Todd and Julie have resided behind bars since January 17. However, Julie headed to the Federal Medical Center Lexington in Kentucky. And Todd reported to the Federal Prison Camp Pensacola in Florida.
But the Chrisley Knows Best patriarch and matriarch do have the ability to communicate with each other and their kids. For instance, they can email and write letters. And they both received phone privileges.
However, as Julie and Todd adjust to prison, their kids seek to get acclimated as well. And Savannah reportedly must now care for Grayson, 16, and Chloe, 10. But Savannah shared that Grayson seems to struggle the most with their new reality. “Last night, Gray had a breakdown,” she said. “And he’s trying to process my parents and the situation that they’re in. [But] that’s not the image that he wants to have of them,” she added.
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