Another member of the Chrisley family bites the dust.
Todd Chrisley’s oldest son, Kyle Chrisley, was arrested in Tennessee for felony aggravated assault on Tuesday, March 14th.
According to reports, he was booked in Rutherford County Jail and released on $3,000 bond the same day.
Embattled Kyle Chrisley Gets Arrested!
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He was arrested by Smyrna Police Department and his mugshot tells the tale of a very pissed off man.
Kyle has a troubled past. He suffers from drug addiction and attempted to commit suicide in 2019.
Following his suicide attempt, Todd shared a photo of the family gathered around Kyle in the hospital.
Kyle Has A Very Troubled Past
“NOT TODAY SATAN, NOT TODAY… God shows up and shows out , now won’t he do it ? Kyle is great and we are back to the grind,” he captioned the photo.
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He legally gave up custody of his daughter, Chloe, to Todd and Julie Chrisley due to his substance abuse and addiction.
Kyle and his father have had a strained relationship throughout the years, which was documented on “Chrisley Knows Best.”
However, following his suicide attempt and his parent’s legal troubles, the father-son duo have mended their relationship.
Kyle isn’t the only Chrisley getting cuffed and booked.
As you may recall, Todd and Julie were hauled off to prison in January for tax evasion and bank fraud.
Kyle Isn’t The Only Chrisley Doing Time In The Slammer!
They’re serving a combined sentence of 19 years. Todd is serving 12 years plus 16 months of probation while Julie is serving seven years with 16 months of probation.
One week after they began their respective sentences, Savannah Chrisley opened up about the family’s new life on her podcast.
She recorded her January 31st episode of “Unlocked” on January 24th, exactly one week after her parents were locked up.
“Last week was the toughest week, I think, of my life and it’s been hard… it’s been hard to understand, to process, and also help two kids help process what’s going on in our life,” she recalled. “On the 17th that was the report date for my parents, and never in a million years did I think I’d be talking about both of my parents, one of my parents, let alone both of them, entering into a federal prison. There’s been a lot of tears shed, a lot of anger, a lot of screaming, a lot of just completely being broken.”
Her younger brother Grayson Chrisley, whom she has custody over, had a “breakdown” once his parents were taken in.
“Gray had a breakdown, and he’s trying to process my parents and the situation that they’re in and how that’s not the image that he wants to have of them,” the 25-year-old explained. “Grayson is 16 years old, [and] there’s so much growth going on with him right now, and it breaks my heart to know that my parents are missing out on that.”
Both Todd and Julie have maintained their innocence and they plan to file an appeal in February.
“I’ve had to figure out how to rebuild and I feel like we’re getting there at least just a little bit,” Savannah said of her family’s situation.
Savannah recently visited both of her parents and claimed the experience “gave me hope and peace.”
“I’ve never felt the presence of Jesus more than I did in that room,” she said before adding that some people in the room are misunderstood.