Savannah Chrisley seems to be leaning on her faith and God for support during this difficult time for her family. The Chrisley clan is the center of controversy right now after Todd and Julie Chrisley were found guilty of alleged bank fraud and tax evasion. Each family member is dealing with it in their own way. Keep reading to see what Savannah posted to her Instagram Story.
Chrisley’s Social Media Goes Quiet
There haven’t been many posts from Savannah Chrisley over the last two weeks. That’s not surprising considering her parents were the center of a federal trial, which concluded on June 7. The pair were found guilty on all 12 counts of tax evasion and fraud.
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Sentencing is set for October. Between now and then, the couple is under strict house arrest. They are only permitted to leave for medical treatment, religious services, work, meetings with their attorney, or court appearances.
On top of that, they are under financial restrictions as well. Todd and Julie are required to notify their probation officer if they make any purchases over $1,000 while they await sentencing.
The family has been leaning on each other through this difficult time. Lindsie Chrisley, who had been estranged from her father for several years, was one of the first to speak out about the guilty verdict saying that she was “saddened.” Savannah was the next family member to pipe up on social media, sharing a cryptic message.
Todd, on the other hand, adjusted his Instagram setting and limited comments on older posts. Normally, he is someone who would confront internet trolls head-on, but he has stayed quiet. He was only recently spotted for the first time since the verdict accepting a food delivery from his daughter, Savannah.
Savannah Chrisley Posts About Faith
Throughout the trial and since the verdict, the Chrisley family has been leaning on their faith. When the jury went to deliberate, Todd shared a meme that read, “God doesn’t give us what we can handle. God helps us handle what we are given.” Savannah commented on the post stating that “God has us.”
The Sassy by Savannah owner is continuing to lean on her faith. She shared a post on her Instagram Story about the power of prayer. “Nothing is too great for His almighty power,” the post read.
During the trial and following the verdict, Savannah has been one of her parents’ biggest supporters. She has defended them on social media and continued to show her support in various ways, including prayer.
New episodes of Chrisley Knows Best will begin to air on Thursday, June 23 on USA Network. However, it has been revealed that none of the trial was filmed for the show.
How do you think Savannah Chrisley and the rest of the family is handling the verdict?
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