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July 2023: Chase Chrisley says the prison environment is a ‘nightmare’
Months after Savannah Chrisley said her parents aren’t able to speak to one another, her brother, Chase Chrisley, recalled visiting his parents and seeing them living in “inhumane conditions.”

“It’s a nightmare,” he said on the July 25 episode of “Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley.” “Now they both have no air conditioning. They are both in states where it gets to be 100+ degrees and there’s no air conditioning.”

Savannah Chrisley added that at her mom’s prison she “has rattlesnakes just casually slithering on the floor in front of her.” Her brother clarified that they weren’t rattlesnakes but they “were poisonous snakes.”

“So she just had snakes literally right there where her bed is,” Savannah Chrisley continued, with Chase Chrisley adding, “And then the way they think to apprehend the snake is to mace it.”

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“I’ve never gone out here and hurt a soul,” she told her daughter. “I have never gone out here and intentionally tried to do anything that I wasn’t supposed to do and look where I’m standing right now.”

January 2023: Todd and Julie Chrisley report to prison
On Jan. 17, 2023, the pair reported to their respective prisons. Todd Chrisley began serving his 12 years at Federal Prison Camp Pensacola in Florida, while Julie Chrisley reported to the Federal Medical Center (FMC) Lexington in Kentucky to serve her seven-year sentence.

A few weeks later, Savannah Chrisley shared how her parents were spending their time while incarcerated. During a Jan. 31 episode of her “Unlocked” podcast, she said her father was focusing on his religion, working in the chapel and communicating with him via email.

She said her mother was playing cards and also going to church. “My mom, she’s made friends. She’s keeping busy. She’s going to church,” she explained. “She’s working. She’s playing some spades.

As of 2018, eligible federal inmates are allowed up to 54 days of “good conduct time” off their sentence for each year of the sentence imposed by the court, according to the Bureau of Prisons.

They may also receive time off for any time served before their sentence or for completing “Evidence-Based Recidivism Reduction” programs.

The agency would not comment on the Chrisleys’ reduced time specifically, citing “privacy, safety, and security reasons.”

Todd and Julie Chrisley wear sunglasses and blue sweaters.

As of Thursday, Todd’s prison-release date from FPC Pensacola is scheduled for January 22, 2033, which is about two years short of 12 years, according to federal prison records.

Julie’s scheduled release from FMC Lexington is October 19, 2028, which is one year and three months short of 7 years, records show.

“Without a doubt, Todd and Julie are model incarcerated individuals who received exorbitant sentences,” the couple’s attorney, Jay Surgent, told Insider Thursday. “I believe Todd is down to 10 years and Julie is now at five years.”

Surgent believes that the implementation of new sentencing guidelines in November will further reduce their sentences.

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Julie Chrisley is having a “harder time” behind bars than her husband, Todd Chrisley, their daughter Savannah Chrisley, has said. 
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  • Todd and Julie Chrisley have each had more than a year shaved from their prison terms.
  • The couple was convicted in November 2022 of tax and bank fraud.
  • They reported to prison in January.

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