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Todd Chrisley Will Get 'Military Style' Treatment In Prison

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By MLC on December 27, 2022 at 10:00 PM EST

Todd Chrisley is about to get the military treatment.

The former “Chrisley Knows Best” star has less than a month until he reports to a minimum security prison in Pensacola, Florida.

The reality TV personality’s prison schedule has been revealed.

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Per reports, he will trade in his Louboutins for steel-toed boots, designer clothing for a green shirt and trousers, and he will have to maintain a “neat personal appearance at all times.”

Page Six reports his day-to-day schedule will involve waking up around 4:45 AM and eating breakfast between 5 and 6 AM.

Before heading off to his work assignment, Todd must make his bed military style and clean his room in preparation for daily inspections.

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He will then proceed to his work assignment for the day depending on needs for the prison and inmate factors such as education level and physical condition.

Per the documents obtained by PS, some of these jobs include cooks, bakers, dishwashers, electricians, roofers, plumbers, clerks, librarians, teacher aides, tailors and sanitation workers.

He will work until 5 PM and is required to be in bed by 10:30 PM.

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Luckily for Todd, he will be allowed coffee and visiting hours on the weekends. He is only allowed five adult visitors at one time, and his adopted daughter Chloe will have to be accompanied by an approved adult.

Chrisley will be allowed minimal contact with his visitors.

He’s permitted to share a short embrace, kiss and hold hands, but no other physical contact is allowed.

Todd will be serving 12 years behind bars plus 16 months of probation, while his wife, Julie Chrisley, will serve seven years in prison and 16 months of probation.

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Despite being found guilty, Todd and Julie have maintained their innocence.

They also revealed that they intend to appeal the sentencing for a more favorable outcome. After appearing in court and receiving their sentencing in November, Alex Little of Burr & Forman LLP, their lawyer, spoke to People Magazine.

The matriarch of the Chrisley family was found guilty of wire fraud and obstruction of justice.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office noted that before the pair became reality TV stars, they submitted false bank statements, audit reports, and personal financial statements to banks to obtain the millions of dollars in fraudulent loans and then spent the money on luxury cars, designer clothes, real estate, and travel and used new fraudulent loans to pay back old ones.

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Speaking to People, Lindsie explained how Todd and Julie are living out their last days before prison.

"My parents regularly say, and I believe they've said on their podcast as well, that at this time it's basically living every day like it's your last, enjoying the moment, spending time with their kids that are in Nashville,” she said.

Lindsie has had a rocky relationship with Todd and Julie, but it’s clear she’s supporting them from afar.

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"Of course, I'm spending time with my parents over the phone because I also have shared custody [with my ex-husband William Campbell]. So I don't have the luxury of being able to just pick up and go to Nashville and be there until January,” she admitted. “But my parents are definitely dedicating their time in therapy and their biblical studies as well as with their children."

She noted the rest of the Chrisley family is “adjusting to what is now our new normal.”

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