Savannah Chrisley opened up about her Parents Todd and Julie Chrisley’s Prison. In November of 2022, The couple was sentenced to 12 and 7 years behind the bar for guilty bank and wire fraud. On January 31, in her Unlock podcast, she opened up about her parents’ condition.
Savannah Chrisley said her father Todd doing pretty good
On January 31, in her Unlock podcast, she said, “It makes my heart to know that my parents are okay.” Talking about her father Todd, Savannah added, “he’s doing pretty good.’ Moreover, the reality star also had a job at his facility’s chapel.
She added, “We talk to him, we email him. We get to see him, so for that, I am forever grateful, because there are so many people that don’t get to see their loved ones that are in different facilities, that are maybe in maximum-security prisons that don’t get visitors, that have to say hello through a piece of glass.”
The 25-year then goes on reading an email sent by her father. She reads, “I want you to give yourself some grace. fall in love with the real Savannah, the one that I raised that radiates a room with her kindness and compassion, not the one the world wants to see.”
It continues, “Please tell my Chloe( the couple’s 10-year-old granddaughter) how much I love her, and always remind Grayson (the couple’s 16-year-old younger son) that he is my heart and soul.
Savannah has taken custody of her brother and niece for now. Therefore, talking about her mother Julie, she said, “It sounds crazy for me to say, ‘Alright, they’re doing really well,’ but they are. My mom, she’s made friends, she’s keeping busy, she’s going to church, she’s working, she’s playing some spades.”
Savannah then started explaining the purpose of her life. She said,”My mission is going to be to bring awareness to how broken our prison system is,how we have a system that does not encourage rehabilitation.”
She continues, “It does not encourage growth, it doesn’t encourage forgiveness, it just encourages, really, beating someone down further than they already are, and that’s really, really sad.”