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'Chrisley Knows Best' Star Todd Chrisley Gets Support From 'RHOA' Star Kandi Burruss

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By Mike Walters

Todd Chrisley is having a rough month but, he is getting support from a few people who know the pressures of being in the reality show business. On Wednesday, Todd posted a beautiful picture of him and granddaughter, Chloe, with the caption, "Just because she’s so beautiful and because I love her so much."

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Chloe, who is currently being raised by Todd and Julie Chrisley is the daughter of his estranged son Kyle, and she is often featured on their TV show, "Chrisley Knows Best."

Todd received a slew of responses about his precious granddaughter including one from "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kandi Burruss, who commented, "She’s gorgeous!"

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Kandi wasn't the only celebrity to jump in and comment on Todd's most recent post, actress Holly Robinson-Peete also posted a note to Chrisley, writing "Little Angel."

Both women ended their messages with heart emojis.

Obviously, neither of them is addressing the legal issues directly, but Todd can use all the support he can get.

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We broke the story, Todd and Julie Chrisley were indicted on 11 felonies related to financial crimes. The couple blames a bitter ex-employee for all their issues. The employee, and accountant, has turned government witness and is cooperating with prosecutors.

Officials believe the celebrity couple falsified documents and lied about how much money they were making from their reality TV show.

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As we reported, the couple has asked for some more time in the case because of the huge amount of evidence collected by the FBI against them consisting of "a voluminous number of documents, including the results of the search of several locations, seizure of hard documents as well as electronic media from at least three email accounts.”

Chrisley's are back in court next month.

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