Incarcerated Todd Chrisley ‘disgruntled’ he can’t spend holidays with family

Bah Humbug.

Todd Chrisley isn’t feeling the holiday spirit for his first Thanksgiving and Christmas behind bars.

The “Chrisley Knows Best” alum’s rep told TMZ Tuesday that Chrisley is “very upset about his situation” and feeling “disgruntled” about having to spend the holidays “around other inmates instead of loved ones.”

While both Chrisley and wife Julie — who reported to prison in January after being convicted of bank fraud and tax evasion — will be behind bars, the outlet reported that daughter Savannah is expected to be visiting the two at some point over the holidays.

As previously reported, Todd and Julie are serving out their prison sentences in separate facilities.

Todd was originally sentenced to 12 years in a Florida prison while Julie, 50, was hit with a seven-year sentence and is staying in a Kentucky penitentiary.

The “Chrisley Knows Best” alum is reportedly feeling “disgruntled” about being away from family for the holidays.
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However, we confirmed in September that Todd, 54, and Julie’s sentences were reduced.

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Documents obtained by Page Six showed that his release from the Federal Prison Camp Pensacola is now scheduled for Jan. 22, 2033.

Julie’s sentence was also knocked down, with her release date from the Federal Medical Center Lexington now set for Oct. 19, 2028 — 14 months less than her original sentencing.

Todd and Julie Chrisley reported to prison in January after being convicted of bank fraud and tax evasion.
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On Monday, Savannah shared a hopeful update regarding their ongoing process of appealing the sentences, revealing that the family had made some headway.

“I got a call this morning and the appeals court has granted our oral arguments,” the “Unlocked” podcast host said in a video posted to Instagram, adding that the family is “one step closer to getting mom and dad home.”

“So, I literally was sobbing.”

The couple has since been able to reduce their original 19-year combined prison sentences.
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In the ten months that the parents have been behind bars, Todd has managed to keep himself busy —despite foregoing luxuries such as hair dye to avoid going gray.

The father of five has reportedly started teaching his own financial class behind bars, which Savannah herself called “ironic” given what the reality star was convicted of in the first place.

As for Julie, the mom of the reality family has reportedly been teaching real estate courses to help pass the time.

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