PENSACOLA, FLORIDA: The holiday season won’t be fun for TV star Todd Chrisley. He’s unhappy that he can’t be with his family, Todd’s lawyer Jay Surgent told TMZ.
He said Todd was “very upset” about his situation as he had to spend his first holiday behind bars with other prisoners rather than loved ones.
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Todd’s daughter Savannah hopes to visit her parents in prison
Todd’s daughter Savannah reportedly hopes to visit her parents in prison sometime during the holidays.
Reality TV stars Julie Chrisley and Todd Chrisley attend Make 2016.
But it won’t be like their usual holiday routine. Todd and Julie are in prison after being convicted of bank fraud and tax evasion last year.
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Savannah wants her parents to come home for the holidays, but they still have a long way to go. Despite the fact that they managed to commute their 12-year and seven-year sentences, Todd received years of deferment, and Julie received one, the publication notes.
Todd Chrisley will receive a special Thanksgiving dinner at FPC Pensacola
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The outlet reported that Todd will be getting a special Thanksgiving dinner at FPC Pensacola in Florida, but it’s nothing like the home cooking he’s used to. Todd’s lawyer told the publication, “It looks like reality is starting to sink in.”
Surgent said they are, however, still looking for ways to get Todd home early. Todd has a new trial date in March where his legal team will try to overturn his conviction, his lawyer said.
Todd Chrisley became the leader among prisoners
Meanwhile, Todd appears to be “making the best of his time in prison,” the outlet reports. It said: “He was a leader among the prisoners, giving them advice and direction.”
Todd Chrisley believes he is on a “mission from God.” Savannah Chrisley, who has been vocal about her parents’ imprisonment, said Nov. 20, “I received a call this morning and the appeals court granted our oral arguments. So I was literally crying.”
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She said they were “one step closer to bringing mom and dad home.”
“The kids are going crazy. I worry. “I have to explain this to Chloe,” she continued. “It’s just amazing.”
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