If this happens, it will be about three months. Todd Chrisley reported to a Florida prison To begin serving a 12-year sentence for tax evasion.
As nervous as Todd was about that fateful day, his daughter Lindsey seemed to be even more worried.
Lindsay said her father was not adjusting well to prison life, and the change from wealth and privileges to an eight-by-ten room and a shared shower was terrifying for Todd.
So it was with incredible relief and surprise that Lynsey was reunited with a healthy and happy Todd during a recent prison visit.
“The last time I visited with my dad, I couldn’t stop talking about how beautiful he was,” Lynsey recently revealed on the “Southern Tea” podcast.
“He looks great. I said, ‘Your hair looks even better, a little longer and a little gray.’ The nails aren’t quite done,” she continued, adding that Todd is now “in a better place.”
We’re guessing Lindsey is comparing his current mindset to Todd’s turbulent first weeks behind bars.
In February, Lynsey’s half-sister Savannah Creeley reported Todd had “struggled” behind bars. And he seems to be in very low spirits.
Lindsay says those days are behind Todd now, and he’s come to “embrace” his new role as a federal prisoner.
“The spirit is great,” she said.
He is really working the process well with the people who are accepting the process and serving their time with him.
Looks like Lindsie Todd is on some corporate retreat!
Her take may be a little too optimistic, but she’s eager to put a positive spin on things.
After all, the entire Chrisley family has been embroiled in serious legal issues in recent months.
Todd’s wife, Julie Crilly, is currently serving seven years in federal prison.
and Todd’s son Kyle Chrisley was arrested. In the last month of alleged criminal attacks.
Despite it all, Todd seems on top of the world and Lindsay says it’s all because of the friends he’s made along the way.
“He made great friends. He talks about his friends there,” she explained.
Not the update we were hoping for, but if Lindsay’s take is correct, Todd’s 12 year sentence should fly right away!