Todd, Julie Chrisley Get Support From Marking Firm Amid Legal Battle


Todd and Julie Chrisley.
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Are you still on good terms? ToddAnd Julie Chrisley’s marketing firm hasn’t turned its back on the couple amid their legal woes and tax evasion conviction.

“I will continue to support them because they are a good family, [have] good values,” David, who is the CEO of Superior Marketing, exclusively told Us WeeklyIn a statement issued Monday, June 27. “I think the people don’t see the real side of them; they only see the TV side.”

The businessman who works alongside the family. Chase Chrisley, continued: “I wish people can see how truly great that they are. I just feel bad that they’re getting all this negative publicity. I support them because I’ve seen a better side of the family.”

The Chrisley Knows BestAfter being accused of tax fraud and tax evasion three years ago, stars were brought to trial last month. Todd, 53-year-old, and his wife, 49-years-old, were indicted on five counts each of bank fraud, one of conspiracy bank fraud, and one of conspiracy defrauding the United States.

The duo pleaded guilty but were convicted of all charges on June 7. Julie was also charged for one count each of wire fraud, and obstruction of justice. She was previously accused of creating a false credit report to rent a house.

The husband-and-wife couple, however, have maintained that they were innocent throughout the trial. The Chrisleys — who share Chase, 26, Savannah, 24, and Grayson, 16 — claimed in the past that their former accountant, Peter TarantinoThe discrepancies in their tax returns were caused by,

“It’s been very difficult for the family and they’d like people to respect their privacy,” David told UsWhen asked by reporters on Monday how they were doing, the duo responded that they were holding up.

The sentencing hearing will determine the fate of the Georgia residents, who are married since 1996. The CEO said that the CEO would inform them. UseHis company isn’t sure how it will progress with Todd or Julie in terms marketing.

“I really can’t answerer what the future will hold,” he said on Monday. “I hope that is the case that they can work together. Sentencing isn’t until October, so I really don’t know what is going to happen or what is not going to happen. I hope I can keep going. [with them].”

The USA Network stars have received an outpouring of love from some of their children amid the ongoing legal battle, including Todd’s estranged daughter, Lindsie Chrisley. (Todd shares Lindsie, Kyle, and eldest boy with ex-wife Teresa Terry.)

In May, the 32-year-old TV personality testified on behalf of her stepmother and father. She had previously been accused of blackmailing Todd with a sex tape. Lindsie said on Thursday, June 23 that she will always root for her family and hint that they are working towards reconciliation.

“I will also go on record today and say that I love my parents, I love my siblings, I love my grandmother,” Lindsie told her “Coffee Convos” podcast listeners. “And what is the future of our relationships at this point, I’m currently not going to discuss any more than that, other than the fact that I love them and I stand with them.”

She added: “I will continue to stand with them through the good, the bad and the ugly.”

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