The future of Todd and Julie Chrisley’s reality programmes has purportedly been revealed following their fraud conviction and punishment.
According to Deadline, the well-liked shows Chrisley Knows Best and its spinoff Growing Up Chrisley, which centred on Todd and Julie’s kids Chase and Savannah, will also be cancelled. Although NBCUniversal has not released any official information regarding the shows’ endings, the outlet stated that, to their knowledge, neither will be continued.
After the pair was found guilty of bank fraud and tax evasion, it was revealed in November that Todd had gotten a sentence of 12 years in jail and Julie had received a term of seven years. They were each given a 16-month probationary period as well.
On a Chrisley Confessions podcast, the couple discussed the state of their legal proceedings.
“I know you’re all curious about every little thing that happens in our lives, so I must ask that you appreciate the fact that we aren’t allowed to discuss it right now. A moment will come,” Todd said. “This is a really sad, devastating moment for our family right now, but we remain steady in our faith and trust that God will do what He does best, since God is a miracle worker,” the spokesperson said. Julie praised her supporters for their unwavering support and added that despite the “heartbreaking” verdict, they are still “living and alive.”
Peter Tarantino, her accountant, was found guilty of filing two fake corporate tax returns on behalf of the Chrisleys’ business and was sentenced to three years in prison shortly before she was convicted.
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Reality TV stars Todd and Julie Chrisley are sentenced for fraud and tax evasion