• Todd and Julie Chrisley record a new episode “Chrisley Confessions” before they were sentenced.
  • He expressed his regret for “taking the public stage” and agreeing to appear on a reality TV show.
  • Todd gets 12 years in prison, while Julie gets seven. for fraud conviction This week.

Todd and Julie Chrisley In an episode of his podcast talked about “living through a nightmare” and regretting his fame, “Chrisley Confessions,” was recorded shortly before his sentenced to a combined 19 years in prison.

The episode was released on Wednesday, two days after the husband-wife duo were sentenced Fraud conviction in Atlanta federal court, Sharing his feelings for the first time since sentencing convicted in juneThe “Chrisley Knows Best” stars said they were going to use God’s guidance to achieve what they want.

“Everyone knows we’re living through a nightmare,” Julie begins the episode before explaining that she’s focusing on “not living in fear.”

“It’s something I struggle with very hard because I feel like I live in fear,” she continued, noting that she believes “God can and will” perform miracles. take care of my family“She’s still fearful about the future.

Julie said, “I know if I die today, I know where I’m going, but I still have this fear.”

The couple then compared their legal woes to the lessons God gave to his prophets and said they were using Bible verses to guide them.

A court sketch shows Todd and Julie Chrisley listening in court as their accountant is sentenced

A sketch of the courtroom shows Todd and Julie Chrisley at a court hearing on Monday.

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“God had to bring Job down to get him to where he needed to be, and maybe that’s where we are now. We were brought down to be able to go up to the next level. To fulfill our true destiny.” For,” Julie said.

Todd agreed, saying: “Okay. And let’s go back to the God who’s making you, then breaking you, then blessing you. Job was taken away, so he’s already was built, and then it was broken, and then it was blessed.”

“I think about it,” Julie replied. “God took his wife, his children, everything, and he never lost faith.”

Elsewhere in the episode, the couple expressed their regret for “taking the public stage” through their reality television show, which ran for nine seasons on USA Network.

Todd said, “We were living a pretty good life, but it wasn’t a life I really wanted to continue living.”

Faye Chrisley, Chase Chrisley, Todd Chrisley, Savannah Chrisley, Chloe Chrisley, Julie Chrisley, Grayson Chrisley

“Chrisley Knows Best” and the spin-off show “Growing Up Chrisley” have been canceled in light of the scandal.

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“I didn’t like the lack of privacy. I didn’t like that people were knocking on our door at night. I didn’t like that people followed us down the interstate trying to take pictures of us because they could see us in the car.” Let’s see.” ,” she continued. “You know the issues that I have and I worry about that.”

“99% of the population is looking at this and thinking, ‘Well, they hit the lottery,’ but they have no idea what it’s worth,” he said.

The pair began appearing in 2014 on the USA reality show, which follows the day-to-day life of their large family.

According to time limitseries and spinoff show “Growing Up Chrisley”, which follows children Chase and Savannah Now canceled as they embrace adulthood.

On Monday, Todd was given 12 years in prison and 16 months’ probation, while Julie received seven years in prison and 16 months’ probation.

Chrisley family found guilty of defrauding banks of more than $30 million providing fake financial statements From this it appears that they were richer than themselves. Peter Tarantino, her accountant, was sentenced to 36 months in prison for his role in the scheme.

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