Lindsie Chrisley Slams Rumors About Not Visiting Julie in Prison

Setting the file straight. Lindsie Chrisley addressed hypothesis about why she hasn’t but visited her stepmom, Julie Chrisley, in jail.

“There have been some rumors that went round after our final podcast episode that the rationale that I’ve not seen Julie was as a result of she doesn’t need to see me, and that’s simply unfaithful,” the truth star, 33, defined in the course of the Wednesday, Could 3, episode of her “The Southern Tea” podcast.

Lindsie turned to her visitor, her grandmother “Nanny” Faye Chrisley, to clarify that the process for visiting the power the place Julie, 50, is residing is just not as straightforward because the one they used for visiting Todd Chrisley. “You possibly can communicate to the method that you simply needed to undergo to even be capable to see her and will most likely verify that the method for her regarded very otherwise than the method for us with my dad,” Lindsie advised the Chrisley matriarch, 79.

Lindsie Chrisley Slams 'Untrue' Rumors About Why She Hasn't Visited Stepmom Julie Chrisley in Prison

Lindsie Chrisley and Julie Chrisley.
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“The rationale you didn’t get to go see her is as a result of I used to be ready in line myself,” Faye defined. “When she put me on the record, she thought I’d be [visiting] straight away. I’m the following factor to her mom. They stated, ‘Properly, mother-in-laws are usually not blood, so you must wait.’ [It’s been] three months and I’ve solely bought to see her thrice. It was nearly two months earlier than I ever bought to see her due to the way in which they stick with it their record. They take their very own time.”

Julie and husband Todd, 54, reported to jail in January after they have been convicted of tax evasion, financial institution and wire fraud and conspiracy and sentenced to seven and 12 years, respectively. Todd is serving out his sentence on the FPC Pensacola minimal safety facility in Florida, whereas his spouse is incarcerated on the Federal Medical Heart in Lexington, Kentucky. She was initially set to serve her time at FCI Marianna in Jackson County, Florida, however she was re-designated to the Kentucky facility in December 2022.

Final month, Lindsie revealed that she hasn’t been in a position to go to her stepmother but due to the prolonged process for approving guests at her jail. “I despatched in all of my paperwork and have but to listen to again concerning the visiting,” the “Espresso Convos” podcast host defined in April. “So, it’s been a bit of bit irritating.”

Todd shares Lindsie and son Kyle, 31, with ex-wife Teresa Terry. The previous USA Community persona and Julie are the mother and father of sons Chase, 26, and Grayson, 16, and daughter Savannah, 25.

Lindsie Chrisley Slams 'Untrue' Rumors About Why She Hasn't Visited Stepmom Julie Chrisley in Prison

Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley.
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The Sassy by Savannah founder has visited each of her mother and father, who’ve additionally been speaking with their relations through letters and e mail. In keeping with Lindsie, nevertheless, even the process for exchanging written communication differs between Todd and Julie’s amenities.

“Lastly, I’ve been in a position to talk over [the Kentucky prison’s] type of e mail for the primary time, but in addition her e mail could be very delayed,” she defined on Wednesday’s podcast. “Dad’s could be very completely different. You possibly can ship him an e mail and you’ll hear again inside possibly two hours.”

Faye famous that in one in all her personal visits to Julie, her daughter-in-law stated she’d been making an attempt to name Lindsie however her stepdaughter by no means answered her calls. Lindsie, in the meantime, didn’t even understand that Julie was making an attempt to get in contact. Till very not too long ago, Lindsie hadn’t spoken to her stepmom since she reported to jail on January 17.

“However once I did speak to her, it was so good to listen to her voice,” Lindsie recalled. “She shared her want for [my son], Jackson, and I to come back and go to. So, as quickly as faculty is out — on condition that the approval has gone by way of and I’ve been cleared to bodily go to — I can be taking him.”