Will Todd & Julie Chrisley Be Able To Communicate With Each Other While In Prison?

“I sure hope we’re able to swap tips on DIY hair dye and commissary-concocted teeth whitener.”

Todd and Julie Chrisley are set to report to prison in January, and while the husband and wife will be at different correctional facilities, the Chrisley Knows Best pair will still be allowed to communicate with each other while behind bars. 

As The Ashley told you last week, Todd and Julie received 12- and seven-year prison sentences, respectively, for tax evasion and bank fraud crimes.

The two are due to surrender themselves January 15, 2023, with U.S. District Judge Eleanor Ross recommending that Julie serve her time at the Federal Correctional Institute in Tallahassee, Florida, and Todd serve his sentence at FCI Pensacola. While these are the prisons being recommended by the judge, the final decision will be made by the Bureau of Prisons (BOP). 

Coming soon: Chrisley facial expressions, sans Botox and filler.

Todd and Julie will not be housed in the same prison, as the FCI in Tallahassee is a female-only facility. However, a representative from the BOP told Life & Style the couple will still be able to communicate while behind bars. 

“You know I’ll be servin’ up all the hot goss.”

“An inmate may be permitted to correspond with an inmate confined in any other penal or correctional institution if the other inmate is either a member of the immediate family, or is a party or witness in a legal action in which both inmates are involved,” the representative stated.  

On a recent episode of Todd and Julie’s Chrisley Confessions podcast–- taped and released prior to the couple’s sentencing last week-– Julie spoke on her relationship with Todd, claiming the legal woes have actually brought them closer to each other. 

“You heard it here, y’all…we’ve found the secret to a long and happy marriage!”

“I’m grateful that our relationship has grown instead of falling apart,” she said. “When people go through traumatic events, a lot of times they don’t make it. A lot of times the relationship falls apart because everything is stressful. There’s way added pressures, and people don’t make it.” 

Regarding Todd and Julie’s sentences, Chrisley family attorney, Alex Little, has confirmed an appeal will be filed, and that he expects it to go in the Chrisley’s favor. 

“Their trial was marred by serious and repeated errors, including the government lying to jurors about what taxes the couple paid,” he claims. “Based on these issues, we are optimistic about the road ahead.” 

RELATED STORY: Savannah Chrisley Discusses Her Parents’ Sentencing; Reveals Plans to Take Custody of Younger Brother & Niece While Parents Todd & Julie Chrisley Are In Prison 

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8 Responses


  1. I hate what they have done to the Chrisleys, I am not saying that did nothing, but 7 and 12 yrs is crazy, I have seen people who have done worst and gotten less time, not fair, I on there side hope new trial sets them free with just a fine,probation, and maybe house arrest, that is more then enough, especially with 2 young children at home. Would like to write to them is that possible?? How do I get a dress. Thank you and GOD BLESS WILL PRAY FOR YOU BOTH. CLAIRE


  2. I have a feeling he will be too busy finally being able to chug all of the cock he wants to give a shit about communicating with her. They will probably only call people that can put money on the books for them. Glad they got their due.


  3. I like the chrisleys. I don’t know what the whole story is here because I didn’t follow it. But I feel bad for them especially for Julie because I really like her. Todd can get on person’s nerves


    1. Todd and his wife were behind the whole thing. You honestly think their lawyer encouraged them to break the law so they could make millions and he made their standard lawyer fee. (if you read all the court reporting that is the case) Also, not that I agree with what Josh Duggar was sentenced to, but if you actually read all the court reporting, Josh, even though he should have been charged with much much more, was only charged with 2 less than major crimes and was only sentenced for one. I agree that’s unfair, but doesn’t mean that the Chrissleys shouldn’t be punished for years of fraud.

      Rave about Josh and the joke that was that was his sentence, and it was, but it doesn’t take away from the choices these parents made and sadly they are the reasons their kids will suffer. Maybe they should have thought about their kids instead of themselves.


      1. My apologies, I meant accountant, not lawyer.

        I completely agree with everything about sentencing and personally feel all should have got more, especially Josh. 20 years was the maximum Josh could have got, but realistically, rarely do people get the maximum. In my opinion, sentencing guidelines are rediculous. And I agree Josh should have been charged with more, but his sentencing was only based on that one conviction. (Well 2 convictions, but he could only be sentenced for one, which itself is crazy)

        Sentencing is equally frustrating here in Canada.

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