SALT LAKE CITY – Savannah Chrisley posted a photo to Instagram that shows she has transformed God and her faith to help him through a difficult time following her parents’ arrest for tax evasion.
Todd and Julie Chrisley surrendered on Wednesday after being charged with committing financial crimes such as tax evasion, wire fraud and conspiracy bank fraud for nine years. The couple – stars of the real estate television show “Chrisley Knows Best” – could face 30 years in prison, according to Fox News.
Savannah Chrisley shared a quote from the Bible on Instagram in response to the ongoing scandal.
“Do not be afraid or discouraged… the battle is not yours, but God’s. 2 Chronicles 8:15 pm, ”she wrote in an Instagram story.
Prosecutors say the Chrisleys used their production company, 7 C Production, to hide their income from the IRS, according to People magazine. Prosecutors also said Todd Chrisley asked an employee to tamper with income and asset records.
Meanwhile, family lawyers Bruce H. Morris and Stephen Friedberg told People magazine in a statement that the charges are unfounded.
“The allegations in the indictment are based on complete lies. The Chrisleys are innocent of all charges.
Todd Chrisley blamed a former employee in an Instagram post linked to the scandal, according to Yahoo Entertainment.
“I’ve never talked about it publicly before, but there’s been a cloud hanging over Julie, me and all of our family for the past seven years. It all started in 2012, when we found out that one of our trusted employees had stolen a lot of our time, ”he began the post.
“As a result, it looks like later this week Julie and I are going to be named in a federal indictment charging us with tax evasion and possibly a bunch of other financial crimes as well,” he said. declared.