Todd and Julie Chrisley initially became famous through their USA Network show, Chrisley Knows Best. However, they were found guilty in June 2022 for several federal crimes. This includes bank fraud, conspiracy, tax evasion, wire fraud, and so on. They are looking up to the possibility of prison sentencing worth 30 years! The couple was meant to show up in court for the same on October 6, 2022. The latest details reveal that the government has pushed back the date. Keep reading to know more details!
Chrisley Knows Best: Todd & Julie To Face A Delay In Sentencing Date!
Todd and Julie Chrisley became reality TV celebrities through Chrisley Knows Best. They showed off their rich lifestyle and their real estate empire through the show. However, their future looks bleak since the guilty charges for multiple federal crimes. As a result, they were to show up in court for their prison sentencing date on October 2, 2022. Details obtained by People suggest that the court officially postponed their date. They will now show up in court on November 21, 2022. The government didn’t object to this request owing to showcasing a “good cause”.
The documents revealed that Peter Tarantino, i.e., Chrisley’s former accountant posed as the “defendant”. Apart from this, the husband-wife has been all set to file an appeal for a new trial. That’s because they have “denied” all the charges trailing behind their name. In fact, they have also been upfront about these alleged “wrongdoings” through their show, Chrisley confessions. Both of them often speak up about the current circumstance on their podcast. So far, they have not reacted to the news about the delayed date.
Chrisley Knows Best: Todd & Julie Claim Prosecutors Presented “False Testimony”
As mentioned above, Todd and Julie Chrisley have continued to deny all the charges under the name. They maintain to this date that they haven’t broken a single law. After hiring a new team of lawyers, they aim to file an appeal. The couple wishes to do so to have one chance at a “new trial”. They feel that “federal prosecutors” present for their case gave a “false testimony”. As a result, Chrisleys want the judge to invalidate their sentencing. RadarOnline revealed that the stars state IRS Revenue Officer Betty Carter was the one to provide an incorrect testimony about their taxes being due during their case.
In contrast, the said person states that she confirmed a day before going to the court that Todd and Julie had taxes due from 2014-2016. The woman got a confirmation of the same from the IRS’s internal system. Despite this, the couple feels that the government has not provided “enough evidence” for them to do time in jail. Moreover, they remain thankful for their supporters for showing them love and praying for their “justice”. Well, only the upcoming updates from the court will reveal the fate of these celebrities. Until then, keep checking TV Season & Spoilers for the latest Chrisley Knows Best updates.