Julie Chrisley insists she ‘never’ ‘intentionally’ attempted to do anything wrong

Julie Chrisley says she had ‘never’ ‘intentionally’ attempted to do wrong as she  reflected on her current legal predicament in a new interview conducted ahead of her sentencing.

Julie Chrisley was sentenced to nearly two decades in prison last week. She and Todd Chrisley had been convicted of fraud in the bank and tax evasion six months ago.

Julie, a devout Christian and 49 year old, appeared on Savannah Chrisley’s podcast Unlocked She spoke before her sentencing and described how she found comfort in her faith during her legal struggles.

“How is that right?” Julie Chrisley asked about the fairness in her current situation and she said she had not ‘intentionally tried to’ do anything wrong in a recent interview with Savannah.

‘I think about the situation that we’re dealing with right now, and I’m thinking about I’ve never gone out here and hurt a soul,’ Julie said. ‘I have never gone out here and intentionally tried to do anything that I wasn’t supposed to do, and look where I’m standing right now.

She asked, “How can that be right?” She thought.

Julie shared that her husband believed God would break you down in order to bless you. She was able to keep her mind from questioning the struggles of her family.

‘I know what I’ve done,’ she said. ‘More important, I know what I haven’t done.’

Todd And Julie Chrisley, Who Have Been Sentenced To 12 And Seven Year Prison Terms Respectively For Tax Evasion And Bank Fraud That Amounted To More Than $30 Million

Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley have been sentenced respectively to 12 and 7 years in prison for tax evasion, and bank fraud totalling more than $30,000,000.

The podcast was published Tuesday, but it was recorded prior to Julie and Todd’s sentencing. 

Todd, who is 54 years old, will leave for 12 more years. Julie, however, will stay behind bars for seven additional years. After their respective releases, both will spend 16 month on probation.

Chrisley Confessions was a podcast that Julie and Chrisley hosted before their sentencing. Julie spoke about her situation from the perspective of Christianity.

She I said, “I know deep down that I am a Christian. I believe in God. I believe God can perform miracles. I believe that.” He Will take care of my family so that, if I die today, I will know where I am going.

“But, I still have that fear.”

The Reality Tv Pair Were Convicted In June And Sentenced Last Week. They Will Report To Prison After January 1

They were sentenced to prison last week after being convicted of reality TV. They will report to jail after January 1.

Court Sketches Of The Couple, Who Say Their Faith In God Will Get Them Through The Hardship Of Their Current Predicament

Court sketches of the couple. They say that their faith in God will help them get through any hardships they face.

“Everyone knows that it’s a nightmare. I have focused my efforts on not living in fear.”

She explained to her fans that fear is something she struggles with.

Chrisley Knows Best’s matriarch tried to find the silver lining in her family’s current circumstances, which she describes as her relationship with her husband.

She stated, “I’m grateful that we have grown together instead of falling apart,”

“People don’t always make it through traumatic events.

Stress can lead to a relationship falling apart. People don’t make it because of the added pressures.

The couple stated that they will continue to rely on their faith in God during the appeal process. They have maintained their innocence throughout this court battle.

They were found guilty by an Atlanta court of defrauding banks of $30 million in loans, and of not paying taxes for several years.

The statement by the couple’s attorney read, “Todd & Julie are people who have faith that gives them strength as their appeals against their convictions,” and added that the trial had been marred by “serious and repeated errors including the government lying about taxes the couple paid.”

The lawyer stated that based on these issues, he was optimistic about the future.

Following the sentencing, prosecutor Annalise Peters said, ‘The jury’s unanimous verdict sets the record straight: Todd and Julie Chrisley are career swindlers who have made a living by jumping from one fraud scheme to another, lying to banks, stiffing vendors and evading taxes at every corner.’

Julie Chrisley, Who Says She Was Plagued By Fear In The Days Leading Up To Her Sentencing, Broke Cover As She Emerged From Her Vast Brentwood, Tennessee Home After She Was Sentenced To More Than Half-A-Decade Behind Bars

Julie Chrisley claims that she was terrorized in the days before her sentencing. She broke cover when she emerged from her Brentwood, Tennessee house after being sentenced to over a decade behind bars

The Couple And Their Children Have Been Cable Reality Show Staples For Close To 10 Years, Showing The World An Opulent Lifestyle That Was, As It Turns Out, Built On Bank Fraud

The couple and their children have been staples of cable reality shows for close to ten years. They show the world a luxurious lifestyle that was built on bank fraud.

Todd And Julie Chrisley'S Tennessee Home In The Exclusive Neighborhood Of Annandale In Brentwood, Tn. Much Of The Family Reality Series Was Filmed In The Annandale House Over The Years

Todd and Julie Chrisley own a Tennessee home located in Brentwood’s exclusive Annandale neighborhood. Many of the family reality shows were filmed at the Annandale home over the years.

Since 2014, the couple has appeared on several reality television shows as God-fearing Christians.

Prior to the show, however, they filed for bankruptcy in 2014, citing $50million in debts. Todd’s lawyer claimed that it was due to Todd personally guaranteeing a loan for a business, but records show that Todd claimed he only had $100 cash and nothing in his bank account at the time.

He His listed assets, mainly property, totaled $4.2 million. However, his debts totaled $49.2million.

He was granted a reprieve by the judge and his debts were erased to $20 million.

He was then on television two years later boasting how he had spent $300,000.00 per year on clothes for his family.

This was the start and end of many shows for the family, and most likely their last run.

They were arrested in 2019 on charges of fraud and tax-evasion.

Both men insist that they are victims false allegations and a smear operation by a disgruntled’ employee.

Said employee also claims to have had a homosexual relationship with Todd Chrisley.

They are expected to report to prison on January 1. 

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