Savannah Chrisley is upset that Jen Shah got a prison sentence significantly shorter than her parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley.

In a pre-recorded episode of her podcast, Savannah compared Shah’s six-and-a-half-year sentence to her parents' combined 19-year sentence.

She then said it “makes no sense” because Shah had actual victims of her fraud, unlike her parents.

Shah was sentenced to 78 months earlier this year and is expected to surrender herself to prison in February.

Upon her release, the reality star also has a five-year probation period and will be subject to mental health treatment.

Meanwhile, Todd and Julie have already reported for their prison sentences in Florida and Kentucky respectively.

The couple was found guilty of bank fraud and tax evasion schemes worth millions, which they used to fund their lifestyle.

They rose to fame through their reality show, “Chrisley Knows Best,” which portrayed them as a wealthy Christian Southern family.

Despite the conviction, Savannah insists that her parents are innocent of all charges, saying there are no victims.