Julie Chrisley Terrified Of Reintegrating After Prison?

Julie Chrisley - Unlocked - YouTube

Julie Chrisley was serving her seven-year prison sentence when the 11th circuit of the appeals court heard her and her husband Todd’s oral arguments. The outcome will change life for Julie. But, is she terrified of reintegrating into a normal life if she goes home sooner than she expected? Read on to find out what Savannah Chrisley said about it.

Julie Chrisley’s Case Was Vacated By The Judge

While life won’t change for Todd Chrisley in the immediate future. His lawyers will still fight on, but there is hope that with the court vacating Julie’s sentence, she could be home soon. Essentially, the case against the former Chrisley Knows Best star lacked sufficient evidence for the sentence. So, she will be resentenced.

Savannah Chrisley with Julie and Todd/Instagram and Youtube
Savannah Chrisley with Julie and Todd/Instagram and Youtube

Julie Chrisley lived in a Kentucky prison for 18 months, and Savannah Chrisley said that conditions were terrible, In fact, she even talked about strip searches and poisonous snakes. Plenty of critics do not believe that the mom of four should complain because they still believe that the former reality TV star deserved to be jailed. But, she might likely be home soon. On her Unlocked podcast, Savannah hoped she might be home for “Thanksgiving.”

Savannah Chrisley On Julie Reintegrating

During her podcast on July 2, Savannah Chrisley spoke a lot about her mom. According to her, Julie might not cope well with reintegrating into the normal life of her old family. Mentioning fears that her mom might have “PTSD” was just one aspect of future difficulty.

Savannah Chrisley opens up on her mom, Julie Chrisley - Unlocked - YouTube
Savannah Chrisley opens up on her mom, Julie Chrisley – Unlocked – YouTube

Julie Chrisley, Savannah explained, spoke with her and she seemed terrified. Elaborating, the Chrisley Knows Best alum said:

Anything I can do to help her get in the best space she could possibly ever be in, that’s what I’m gonna do. Because I can only imagine how she’s gonna feel coming home, and it’s gonna be overwhelming. And when I get the call that she can come home, I honestly don’t think I’m gonna tell anyone.

Aside from that, she talked about being “institutionalized.” Her “parents become so institutionalized,” she added. So, she hated hearing her mother refer to herself as an “inmate.” After talking about the appeal finding, Savannah said that her mom will need “therapy.” That’s because she seemed terrified that her daughter might go back to living by herself.

She told Savannah Chrisley:

You know, you can’t leave me when I come home. Right? I mean, I know you wanna have your own life, and I want you to do that… But for the first few months, you’re gonna have to stay with me. Like, we’re gonna have to get adjusted.

What are your thoughts about the possibility that Julie Chrisley might be terrified of life if she gets sent home early from prison.? Do you agree that she already sounds afraid of coping once she leaves the institutional environment? Sound off in the comments below, and come back here for all your Chrisley Knows Best news.

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