The Chrisley family is going through some incredibly tough times lately. Chase Chrisley, from Chrisley Knows Best, has been pretty open about the situation between his parents lately. His famous parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley recently went to prison for fraud charges against them. The couple did very well for themselves in the world of real estate. However, according to the court, they swindled a lot of money from their buyers. His parents are serving a combined 19 years in prison and everyone was blindsided. Chase and his sister, Lindsie have been turning to one another for support, but Chase wanted to share more with his fans about who he is turning to.
Chase Chrisley Shares On Social Media
When going through a traumatic ordeal such as your parents going to prison, there have got to be outlets to find support. Chase Chrisley has been turning to his religion as a way to keep it together. He recently shared a picture on his Instagram account with his fans that gave them an idea of how he was doing. The Instagram Story was a picture of a sticky note that read, “When the time is right, I, the Lord will make it happen. Rest, God is in control.” The Chrisley family has never backed away from their religion. They are always willing to share a Bible verse or two with their fans. These verses help them to grasp what is going on in their lives these days.
For months now, Chase Chrisley hasn’t said too much about his parents’ charges. He has tried to stay out of the spotlight as much as he can, but it has been difficult. His sisters, Lindsie and Savannah, both have podcasts and they are very active on social media. Chase, on the other hand, is trying his best to stay strong. Chase has had a lot going on in his life lately. He has been sharing a lot of his life on Instagram, but it is with his love, Emmy Medders. These two love to share their adventures with their fans. Additionally, they like to show just how much they love each other after getting engaged.
No Explanations Here
No matter what is going on with Chase Chrisley’s parents, he has taken a stance about their charges. His sister, Savannah Chrisley, asked him about their parents’ situation. He told her, on her podcast Unlocked, that he doesn’t owe anyone an explanation. Chase said, “I don’t need to explain how I feel to anybody, other than the people that I care about and that I love. Obviously, what we have been going through is hell. I have to try and find the good, even in the darkest time.”
Growing Up Chrisley fans always look forward to hearing more from Chase about his parents, but it seems as if he wants to keep most of his thoughts to himself. He is standing by God to help him through it all.
What do you think about the kids using their faith to get by? Do you think it will help? Leave your comments below and stay here at TV Shows Ace for more on the Chrisleys.
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