Savannah Chrisley Compares Jen Shah’s Sentence to Todd and Julie’s

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On the lookout for solutions. Savannah Chrisley remains to be making an attempt to make peace with Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley‘s jail sentence — and this time the podcast host introduced Jen Shah‘s authorized woes into the combination.

“Put the circumstances aspect by aspect, and it is not sensible — it simply doesn’t,” Savannah, 25, mentioned throughout a prerecorded episode of her “Unlocked” podcast, which was posted on Tuesday, January 17. The truth star was joined by her mom, 50, as they mentioned Shah’s shorter jail sentence after pleading responsible to wire fraud.

In accordance with Savannah, the most important distinction for her was the existence of victims within the Bravo persona’s case.

“There have been a whole bunch of victims who had been aged, and folks that supplied statements that misplaced their houses, threatened to finish their lives,” she mentioned. “There have been so many alternative issues, and she or he received six and a half years. Make that make sense!”

Earlier this month, Shah, 49, was sentenced to 6 and a half years in jail for the nationwide telemarketing scheme. The Actual Housewives of Salt Lake Metropolis star is about to report back to jail in February. In the meantime, Savannah’s mother and father acquired a mixed 19 years behind bars after being discovered responsible of tax evasion, financial institution and wire fraud and conspiracy.

Through the episode, the Chrisley Is aware of Finest star questioned the authorized system, including, “You have got somebody who has not admitted to guilt and who will stand agency in that. We’re standing by our reality that it isn’t responsible, [and] there are not any victims.”

Julie, who appeared on her daughter’s podcast, revealed she didn’t perceive why the Utah native’s sentence differed by so a few years.

“None of it provides up, and to me, there’s extra to it,” the matriarch shared. “I’ve dedicated myself to determining what that’s and for us to get to the opposite aspect of this in order that we may help different people who find themselves going via issues like this.”

Savannah’s podcast episode got here out hours earlier than Todd, 53, and Julie reported to separate prisons to begin their respective sentences. Todd turned himself in on the FPC Pensacola minimal safety facility in Florida, whereas Julie reported to Federal Medical Middle in Lexington, Kentucky.

Julie was initially set to serve her time at FCI Marianna in Jackson County, Florida, however was re-designated to the Kentucky facility in December 2022.

On the time, Julie mentioned she by no means “deliberately tried” to do something she “wasn’t supposed” to do.

“I take into consideration the scenario that we’re coping with proper now, and I’m fascinated with I’ve by no means gone out right here and damage a soul,” she defined on “Unlocked” podcast in November 2022. “I’ve by no means gone out right here and deliberately tried to do something that I wasn’t presupposed to do, and look the place I’m standing proper now. How is that proper?”

Savannah, for her half, slammed the justice system for the prolonged jail sentence. “Why will we proceed to fail individuals? It tears households aside,” she mentioned on the time. “Have a look at every little thing that we’re going via. How is that simply? It’s not while you’ve received rapists and murderers and traffickers and all these individuals out right here however but, what? They simply get a slap on the wrist.”

The TV persona continued: “All of it goes right down to us being within the public eye and somebody desirous to show some extent. And it’s actually unhappy. At this level, I really feel like, for me, I’ve kinda turn into numb to it however that numbness has turned to anger, to the place now, it’s similar to I’m not giving up. There’s no different possibility.”