Chrisley is about to know chapter.
Nearly three weeks since Todd Chrisley and his wife Julie were sentenced to 12 and seven years, respectively, for his or her roles in mendacity to the federal government and conspiring to defraud the IRS — together with evading what they owed in taxes — we now have an replace on the couple’s impending punishments.
FIRST, a Judgment of Forfeiture filed on Monday states that the Chrisleys should pay a complete of $17,270,741.57 in restitution for the crimes they dedicated.
“They’re going to have to surrender a variety of issues, together with their houses, sadly. They received’t have the ability to afford it,” an insider advised The New York Publish after this resolution was reached.
These houses, after all, have been typically featured on the USA Community actuality present Chrisley Is aware of Finest.
SECOND, in the meantime, a federal decide in Atlanta additionally really useful this week that Todd serve his 12-year sentence on the federal jail camp in Pensacola, Florida.
The identical decide urged that Julie serve her seven-year sentence on the Federal Correctional Institute in Coleman, Florida.
It stays unclear whether or not or not Todd and Julie will serve their sentences concurrently.
In June, the couple were found guilty of tax evasion and defrauding neighborhood banks out of greater than $30 million in fraudulent loans to fund their luxurious life-style.
Julie was additionally convicted of wire fraud and obstruction of justice.
The Chrisleys spent tens of millions on designer model garments, luxurious vehicles and actual property, together with two mansions in Nashville, Tennessee, reportedly value about $9 million.
All through this ordeal, Todd and Julie have insisted on their innocence.
“Age is only a quantity, and since we don’t know our demise date, we now have to dwell daily as if it’s our final,” Julie stated in the course of the November 30 episode of the Chrisley Confessions podcast, citing a quote by creator Priscilla Shirer.
The Chrisley Is aware of Finest patriarch, for his half, echoed his partner’s sentiments on this similar podcast episode.
“Yesterday doesn’t matter. Right now is what we now have. Tomorrow belongs to God, as a result of we’re not promised tomorrow,” Todd said last Wednesday.
Neither Todd nor Julie has proven any regret for his or her actions.
They appear to suppose it’s all a part of some form of greater plan.
“What God calls us via, he’ll stroll us via,” Todd stated on this podcast a number of days in the past, whereas Julie agreed as follows:
“God will name you to do one thing, and he’ll equip you to do it. He’ll provide you with what you’ll want to do it.”