Todd Chrisley Says He’s Being Treated Like Garbage in Prison

Todd Chrisley says he’s being treated like garbage in prison. And the reason why? Chrisley claims it’s because he’s a celebrity.

In a statement issued by Chrisley’s longtime lawyer Jay Surgent, Surgent told TMZ that Chrisley has been involved “in some odd occurrences while locked up at FPC Pensacola in Florida,” and he believes it’s because he’s so well known in the public.

According to Surgent, some of the odd occurrences include “someone allegedly taking his photo while he was sleeping.” And Todd claims that he hasn’t been receiving mail and believes it’s been getting destroyed.

In addition to the “odd occurrences,” Jay says Todd’s living conditions are less than ideal as well. He reveals that Todd is living with “bad plumbing, possible mold, and no A.C.” And Todd’s wife Julie is reportedly enduring a similar living environment.

In a previous podcast episode, Savannah revealed that her mom and dad have yet to speak to each other since entering their respective prisons. Savannah said over the last four months she has already received 40 to 50 letters from her mother detailing her experience in prison. 

And while Savannah is sharing some of the specifics of those letters, Savannah revealed her mom is scared in prison and she plans on sharing the entirety of her letters someday.

“It was a lot to read, it was tough to see the accounts of her day and just things that she’s scared of or nervous about or just all the thoughts that go through her mind,” Savannah shared. “And not having my dad there with her; that’s the biggest thing.”

Savannah continued, saying her mom is doing her best to “stay busy. You know, like, she’s trying to do anything and everything, take classes, [be] first at-bat — everything known to man that she can do, she does.”

And although Julie has shared her thoughts in her letters, Savannah believes her mom isn’t being full transparent. She thinks Julie is “shielding” her “from a lot of things.”

“You know my mom. Like, she walks in a room, if something needs to be done, she just starts doing it. And so she’s trying to stay busy. Her health, she’s trying to focus on that. I think she’s trying to shield us from a lot of things. Because that’s my mom. That’s who she is.”

“They’re both in federal prison. So it’s, it just kind of is what it is. That’s our new normal and it’s so hard because people are so hateful on social media. Some of the things people say are just baffling.”

Todd and Julie aren’t allowed to talk either. Savannah added that she doesn’t “think there’s a single letter that goes by that she does not say how much she misses my dad. They don’t get to talk.”

“So it’s going on what month are we? April? We’re like three, four, four months in, almost. Being together almost 30 years now and not going a day without speaking to now, going on four months is a lot.” Wow.