After Todd and Julie Chrisley had been sentenced to jail for tax fraud fees, their actuality present and its spinoff had been reportedly canceled. Deadline reported that Chrisley Is aware of Greatest will not be returning for season 10 on USA Community. A “handful of episodes” that filmed earlier than the trial will reportedly air subsequent yr. The spinoff Rising Up Chrisley, which adopted Todd and Julie’s youngsters Savannah, 25, and Chase, 26, and aired three seasons on E!, has additionally reportedly been canceled. HollywoodLife has reached out to USA Community and E!, each owned by NBCUniversal, for remark.
On Nov. 21, Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, had been sentenced to a mixed 19 years in jail for his or her a number of responsible fees of tax fraud, after being discovered responsible in June. Todd was sentenced to 12 years in jail, whereas Julie was given 7 years. Additionally they each obtained 16 months of probation every. The couple’s accountant, Peter Tarantino, obtained 36 months in jail after being discovered responsible of tax fraud, per Insider. HollywoodLife has reached out to reps for each Todd and Julie. They haven’t publicly reacted to their sentencing as of this writing.
Again in June, Todd was convicted of conspiracy to commit financial institution fraud, conspiracy to defraud the USA, financial institution fraud, and tax fraud. Julie was discovered responsible of tax fraud, wire fraud, financial institution fraud, conspiracy to commit financial institution fraud, and conspiracy to defraud the USA. The pair confronted as much as 30 years in jail for his or her fees. Earlier than their sentencing, prosecutors had really useful as much as 22 years for Todd and about 12 and a half years for Julie, per ABC Information. The couple’s attorneys had requested that Todd be sentenced to 9 years or much less and Julie be given probation.
When the decision first got here in, a supply near the Chrisley household revealed to HollywoodLife solely that they had been “in shock,” and had been planning to enchantment. “Todd and Julie are simply devastated by the decision, as are their youngsters Savannah, Chase, Grayson, Lindsie, and Kyle. They’re all leaning on one another for help throughout this troublesome time,” they mentioned. “Though they’re grateful for being allowed to be on home arrest whereas they await sentencing, staying at residence on a regular basis is not going to be simple for them as a result of they’re such busy individuals.”
Todd and Julie share three youngsters: Chase, Savannah, and Grayson, 16, who was concerned in a automobile accident over the weekend. Todd additionally has a daughter Lindsie, 33, and son Kyle, 31, from a earlier marriage.