Reality show stars Todd and Julie Chrisley receive reduced prison time for bank fraud and tax evasion, Jay Surgent- the reality show stars’ attorney, revealed on September 8, Friday.
Reality Show Stars Reduced Sentencing Report
The reality show stars became sensations with their “Chrisley Knows Best,” project back in 2014. June last year, the reality show stars were found guilty of conspired bank fraud of more than thirty million dollars in fraudulent loans and federal charges of tax evasion. According to Fox News, the reality show stars who were indicted of nineteen years in prison previously in November will get out of jail earlier than anticipated for being compliant with all the regulations promulgated by the Bureau of Prisons, Surgent said in his statement. Aside from the aforementioned charges, reports said that the reality show stars were given sixteen months of probation each following the end of their prison terms and a court order to pay restitution. The reality show stars reported to prison in January, with an appeal pending in the 11th Circuit Court. Fifty-five-year-old Todd had his sentence reduced to about ten years, from the initial twelve while Julie had its prison time reduced to about five years, from seven.
Reality Show Stars May Qualify For Further Reduced Prison Time
Yahoo! Entertainment published a report stating that there will be a new Chrisley family reality show that will revolve around the reality show stars’ children and Todd’s mother after prison time sentences. Meanwhile, Surgent claimed that the reality show stars might get further reductions when new sentencing guidelines are implemented in November. It was also revealed that Todd may leave Florida’s prison camp on January 22, 2033, while Julie may leave Kentucky’s federal prison on October 19, 2028.