Savannah Chrisley Says There’s Been ‘Retaliation’ Against Dad Todd in Prison After Public Advocacy
Todd’s meals are simple now. “I eat tuna, I eat peanut butter — that’s where I get protein. I eat, like, a pasta salad that I make. And then I start over again doing the same thing the next week.”
Even though he’s found ways around the food system, Todd claimed the quality of all has been compromised by living and dead animals. “You’ve got rats, you’ve got squirrels in the storage facility where the food is,” he claimed. “They just covered it up with plastic and then tore the ceiling out because of all the black mold and found a dead cat in the ceiling, and it dropped down on the top of the food.”
Todd is serving 12 years at the federal prison after a jury convicted him and Julie of a multimillion dollar bank fraud and tax evasion scheme. Julie is serving seven years in a Kentucky federal prison. Both will continue to serve 16 months of probation following their sentences. The couple has already appealed their sentences, and in late November, they received a small win. The courts agreed to hear oral arguments for the appeal, Savannah confirmed on her podcast.
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