Savannah, the daughter of Todd and Julie Chrisley, continues to support her parents.
The star of “Chrisley Knows Best”, has shared candidly her parents’ recent experiences in prison and claims that they are being treated very badly.
Savannah, speaking to Entertainment Tonight, said: “It has been tough for them since I began speaking out about all the things that I do.” “That was the hardest part. Dad was the hardest hit. We have to be concerned about him because there has been a lot of retaliation.
In June 2022, Todd and Julie were found guilty of federal bank fraud as well as tax evasion. The couple was arrested on January 17. Todd has been sent to the Federal Prison Camp in Pensacola Florida while Julie is at Federal Medical Center Lexington in Kentucky.
Savannah has spoken out on social media and her podcast about the struggles her parents have faced in prison. She has claimed that her parents have been mistreated and are living in horrible conditions.
The latest posts I made on Instagram are causing them to try and move him. The hardest part is that you’ll have to pay the price for speaking out.
Savannah also noted that her father was allegedly forbidden from speaking to his lawyers by phone.
Savannah continued, “Which I think is a big deal because… It’s not recorded and you can talk to your lawyer about what’s happening to you.
Our request for comments to Todd and Julie Chrisley’s lawyers was not immediately answered.
She claimed that prison guards were trying to empty the inmate commissary of her father.
They’re retaliating for these men speaking up. They will literally starve these men to death.
Todd encouraged Savannah to continue spreading awareness about the alleged living conditions of her parents.
Savannah said, “He and I had a discussion, and his exact words [were] ‘If it means I will be uncomfortable to force a change and hopefully implement it, I am willing to do that’.”
On the other side, Julie, Savannah’s mom, is also being allegedly treated badly in prison.
Savannah says that even though the treatment isn’t as bad as Todd, her mother still suffers from abuse.
Savannah said, “[However] her living conditions are horrible.” “And the male guards definitely talk down to the women [in prison]. They treat them like garbage.”
Savannah has previously spoken out about the severe conditions her parents were in while they were incarcerated and said it could put their lives at risk.
The prison conditions are never discussed. Savannah said that I had “definitely ruffled a few feathers” by bringing it up.
She added, “They live in conditions that can reach 115 degrees because they don’t have air conditioning.” Black mold, asbestos, and lead-based paint are all present. They are eating food marked ‘not suitable for human consumption’. There is no clean drinking water.
You are not only serving a sentence, but a life sentence, because of your conditions. You don’t even know what that will do to your health.
FPC didn’t immediately respond to our comment request, but FMC issued a statement that provided information on the “conditions” of confinement for all adults in custody.
The FBOP is committed to ensuring that our employees, as well as the community at large, are safe. “We make every effort to create an environment in our facilities that is secure and humane.” “We prioritize the physical and mental well-being and care of those under our custody.”