Savannah Chrisley Says She'll "Forever Fight" for Mom Julie After She and Todd Enter Prison

Hours after Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley each began their respective prison sentences, daughter Savannah Chrisley shared a message dedicated to her mom. See what she said.

By Kisha Forde Jan 18, 2023 2:56 PMTags
Watch: Todd & Julie Chrisley Begin Prison Stint in Tax Fraud Case

Savannah Chrisley is keeping the faith.

Hours after parents Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley reported to prison to begin serving their respective sentences, their 25-year-old daughter shared a message dedicated to her mom.

Alongside a photo of Julie smiling, Savannah wrote on her Instagram Stories Jan. 17, "Will forever fight for this smile. I love you mama."

Ahead of the start of her parents' imprisonment for tax fraud, the Growing Up Chrisley star, along with brother Kyle, 31, shared words of support for their dad.

In response to Todd sharing a since-removed Instagram post with the caption, "HE is always on time. #FightTheGoodFight," Savannah wrote, "I love you daddy." Echoing his sister's statement, Todd's oldest son added that "this isn't over." 

(Todd is also dad to daughter Lindsie, 33, son Chase, 26, and son Grayson, 16).

After the couple's 2019 federal indictment, Todd and Julie pleaded not guilty to 12 counts, including wire fraud and conspiracy to commit bank fraud. In June 2022, the pair were found guilty on all counts by an Atlanta federal jury.

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Shortly after, the Chrisley Knows Best stars expressed their appreciation for their supporters.

"We still hold steadfast in our faith and we trust that God will do what he does best because God's a miracle worker," Todd said during a June 2022 episode of their Chrisley Confessions podcast. "That's what we're holding out for."

Five months later, Todd was sentenced to 12 years behind bars, with Julie set to serve seven.

The pair reported to their separate locations for their sentences Jan. 17, with the former serving her time at a federal prison in Lexington, Kentucky and Todd beginning his at a prison in Escambia County, Florida, near Pensacola.

Prior to their convictions, the family's attorney, Alex Little, told E! News in November that the sentencing proved to be a "difficult day" for the Chrisleys.

"But Todd and Julie are people of faith," he said in a Nov. 22 statement. "And that faith gives them strength as they appeal their convictions."

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