The hit reality TV show Chrisley Knows Best releases its final 10th season to air on USA Network in 2023. Instead of focusing on their season final, Todd and Julie Chrisley are spending as much time with their families before they face their convictions.
In the course of their next season for their reality show and facing these convictions, the couple is now convicted of the following charges: conspiracy in defrauding banks of over $30 million in fraudulent loans, tax crimes, and defrauding the IRS.
Starting in the new year, January 17, the two will begin serving their sentence in Florida, according to The People.
Todd, 53, is to serve 12 years and stay at the Federal Prison Camp Pensacola (FPC Pensacola). Julie, 49, on the other hand, will be doing 7 years at Federal Correctional Institution Marianna.
Being two hours away from each other, they are allowed communication through limited options. With the warden’s permit, they can write letters, send emails, and mail packages to each other.
Additionally, in November, a federal judge sentenced the Chrisley Knows Best stars and added a 16-month probation service following their release from prison.
Moreover, Peter Tarantino, their former accountant, is also serving time. Charged with conspiracy to defraud the IRS, filing false documents to banks, and failing to pay federal income taxes.
Starting his service on May 1, 2023, he will be in prison for three years and three years under supervision release.
Chrisleys’ Prison Routine
As the Chrisleys begin preparing for their future sentence, here is an inside look at their daily routines. According to Page Six obtained documents, all inmates must abide by the guidelines of early wake-up calls, strict dress codes, and mandatory work.
Inmates are to always uphold their appearance per the dress code. Todd will be given the attire of green pants, green shirts, white socks, and black steel-toed shoes.
Todd must adhere to a strict schedule beginning at 4:45 a.m. every day. Breakfast begins between 5:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m.
Immediately afterward, Chrisley is to return to his cell, make his bed military style, and clean his room to prepare for daily inspections.
Around 7:30 a.m. is when the work day begins and ends between 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Inmates have a variety of jobs to choose from, such as cook, librarian, landscape worker, and more. However, for Todd, the situation is different.
For this being Todd’s first time as a newbie at FPC Pensacola, he only has two options – cleaning bathrooms or washing dishes. According to Channel 2 News, he will earn 12 to 40 cents as a pay rate for a 7-hour shift.
At 11:00 a.m. is when lunch is served, while dinner is served between 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
The facility offers sports/activities to keep inmates occupied in between times. Here are a few of the listed options.
- Flag Football
- Weight Training
- Hobby Crafts – Art or Woodworking
Furthermore, at 8:30 p.m. is a mail call following lights out at 10:30 p.m. Once Julie Chrisley arrives at the Federal Correctional Institution Marianna, she will likely undergo a similar action.
Visitation And Family
Regarding visitation, Chrisley can have up to 5 adult visitors at a time. He is permitted to share a quick embrace, kiss, and hold hands, but there is no exception for physical contact.
If Chloe, his 10-year-old adopted daughter, wishes to visit, she must be accompanied by an approved adult.
During the weekends, the prison will have more wiggle room for the reality star with coffee, brunch, and visiting hours.
Todd has two kids from his first marriage. Julie and Todd also have three kids together.
In 2017, the couple legally adopted Kyle’s daughter, Chloe. Unfortunately, in this situation, Chloe’s biological mother is striving to regain custody.
Todd has stressed she cannot do so, despite their sentence.
Written By: Abbi-Rae De La Rosa | Twitter: @justabbi_
Edited By: Nikita Serdiuk
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