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Will Todd & Julie Chrisley Be Allowed To Talk While In Prison?

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Todd & Julie Chrisley will be reporting for their prison sentences on January 17, 2023. Julie is looking at seven years, while Todd Chrisley is expected to serve 12 years. With their prison time closing in on them, many people are wondering what will happen to the couple. More specifically, will they be able to keep in touch while they are in prison? We’ve got the answers. Keep reading to find out.

Julie Chrisley Talks About Being Separated From Todd

Both Todd and Julie Chrisley were found guilty on charges of bank fraud, tax fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and conspiracy to defraud the United States in July 2022. They were each given a separate prison sentence on November 22, 2022.

In an episode of the Chrisley Confessions podcast on January 4, Julie talked about having to be completely separated from Todd. She knows that there won’t be any meaningful contact between them while they serve their separate prison sentences.


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“There is that possibility of my husband and I being separated, but there’s a difference between my husband and I being separated for a period of time and having to say goodbye forever,” she said.  However, at the end of the day, Julie Chrisley says that she knows things could be worse.

She acknowledged that Chase Chrisley’s fiancee, Emmy Medders, is dealing with a lot of heartache and grief after her father’s ALS diagnosis. “So, I think it puts things into perspective. I know it puts things into perspective for me. We all think our hard is the hardest thing,” she said.

At the same time, Todd and Julie’s daughter Savannah has been charged with keeping things running at home while her parents serve their time. Savannah has become the legal guardian of her little brother Grayson as well as her niece, Chloe.

Will Todd And Julie Chrisley Be Able To Talk In Prison?

Right now, the exact locations where Todd and Julie Chrisley will be serving their prison sentences remain unknown. Judge Eleanor Ross made recommendations for each of them, taking some of the family’s needs into consideration.

The judge suggest that Todd be placed in Federal Correctional Institution (FCI) in Pensacola, Florida, and Julie Chrisley be placed in FCI Tallahassee, Florida. Ultimately, the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) will have the final say in where the couple winds up.

The BOP also gave In Touch Weekly the specifics on whether or not the couple will be able to remain in contact during their prison sentences. According to the BOP, “An inmate may be permitted to correspond with an inmate confined in any other penal or correctional institution if the other inmate is either a member of the immediate family, or is a party or witness in a legal action in which both inmates are involved.”

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So, it is likely that the Chrisleys will be able to stay in touch while behind bars. The extent of their communication abilities is still unknown though.

An Appeal Is Forthcoming In The Chrisley Case

The family attorney, Alex Little, has said that Todd and Julie Chrisley will be filing for an appeal. According to Little, there were a plethora of errors, including lies from the government about what the couple paid.

For now, the outcome of the forthcoming appeal is yet to be known. Only time will tell what the future hold for Todd and Julie Chrisley.

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  1. Great lock the crooks up. Maybe both can actually stop acting like the crooks they are and really read the bible. Savannah knows where Todd has hidden a ton of cash. Lock her up too. Greed and a queer. So very nice justice served. Strip away everything and return money they stole. My family and I are so happy these two are off the street.

  2. I think that Todd and Julie should get their trial appealed they deserve to get one like everyone else.Everyone in life makes mistakes. I don’t hold any kind of judgement against either one of them , but they should have to pay back so much each year until the money is paid back. Why is people holding the children responsible for their parents transgression? It’s not their fault.

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