Todd Chrisley is weighing heavily on his faith to get him through prison.
The reality TV star and his wife, Julie Chrisley, have officially reported for their respective sentences today, January 17th
Todd Chrisley Shares Message About Fighting The “Good Fight”
The patriarch of the Chrisley family reported to FPC Pensacola in Florida while Julie turned herself in at Federal Medical Center Lexington in Kentucky.
The night before he was due to begin his 12-year prison sentence, Chrisley shared a gospel video to his Instagram account.
The video showcased southern gospel singer Karen Peck performing “Four Days Late” at a congregation.
He captioned the post, “HE is always on time… #fightthegoodfight.”
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His daughter, Savannah Chrisley,commented, “Love you daddy.”
He responded, “@savannahchrisley I love you more my beauty and always will. Isn’t it great when he’s 4 days late and he’s still on time ?”
His troubled son, Kyle Chrisley, commented, “I love you daddy this isn’t over.”
Todd Recieves Support From Children
“You’re an inspiration man. Got so much love for you and the family. Your faith is unshakeable❤️❤️❤️,” Nate Smith commented.
Justin Anderson replied, “You got this, big Todd 💪🏼 you got a whole lot of us rooting for you and your sweet family.”
Others sent their love and support in the form of emojis.
Chrisley’s wife will serve a seven-year prison sentence and 16 months of probation upon being released.
The Chrisley family has maintained their innocence and have plans to appeal their case and prison sentence.
According to reports, Chrisley’s lifestyle in prison will be very strict.
He will trade in his Louboutins for steel-toed black boots, his designer clothing for green shirt and trousers, and he will have to maintain a “neat personal appearance at all times.”
Todd’s Prison Lifestyle Is A Far Cry From His “Chrisley Knows Best” Days
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, Chrisley must make his bed military style and clean his room in preparation for daily inspections.
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.
Lucky for Chrisley, 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.
Chrisley has also promised a “tell-all” interview with his son, Chase Chrisley, on their “Chrisley Confessions” podcast.
“You’re actually going to be doing an interview of me next week, where you’re going to be asking me all of the hard questions, because folks, I have been asked by every media outlet out here to give an interview,” Chrisley explained.
Later in the episode, the reality TV star explained his decision to let his son conduct the interview.
“I thought, ‘You know what, I’m not giving someone else the opportunity to interview me when I have a son that is as capable as any talk show host out there to sit down and talk to me about who Todd Chrisley really is,’” he admitted. “The media has gone to such a left-ist mentality that they want to control the narrative. They want to make the narrative fit their box.”
He warned everyone to “be careful of the pain that you pray and wish for on other people,” because “what you put out there comes back to you.”