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Savannah Chrisley vows to “stand by my family” after her parents are convicted of financial crimes

Growing Up Chrisley’s actress posted a frank Instagram photo on Thursday, promising that the “battle isn’t finished” when it comes to her family’s legal issues.

“Before you continue reading, I’d want to ask you to do one thing…please be courteous.” “Life is cruel, and we’re all doing our best,” she said. “I will fight for justice and stand by my family.” The system has failed to provide justice for ourselves and others. (At this time, I’m only able to remark on so much legally.)”

The 24-year-old reality star went on to say that she felt “forsaken by God” and that her “constant prayers went unanswered.”

Savannah, despite her family’s legal difficulties, assured her 2.5 million Instagram followers that she hasn’t lost faith.

“I believe He will utilise every trial and tribulation we face to strengthen and prepare us for a bigger purpose,” she said. “As a result, I will continue to trust our Lord and Savior… Strength, hope, and love are what I pray for. Thank you to everyone who has stood by our side over the years.”

“Let’s get back to work,” she said at the end of the message. “Now is my chance to shatter the glass ceiling; no matter what obstacles stand in my way, I WILL succeed.”


Savannah’s remark was written next to an encouraging quotation by Zanna Keithley, which read, in part, “Positive thought is steady strength.” When things don’t go as planned, it’s the capacity to have an open mind.”

On June 7, Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, were found guilty of bank fraud, defrauding the United States, and tax fraud. Wire fraud was also found to be a factor in Julie’s conviction. They might face up to 30 years in prison if convicted, and their sentences will be decided at a later date.

“Both Chrisleys are saddened and dismayed by the verdict,” their lawyer Steve Friedberg told PEOPLE.

“Julie and Todd are indebted to their family, friends, and fans for their love and support. He went on to say, “They both remain firm in their faith and will continue the ‘battle’ until they are vindicated.” “They’ve got their priorities straight and are currently focusing on Todd’s mother, Elizabeth Faye Chrisley, and their children.”

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Bruce Morris, the couple’s other lawyer, expressed similar disappointment at the judgement, telling PEOPLE that they are “disappointed in the verdict.” “An appeal is being considered,” he said.

Peter Tarantino, the couple’s former lawyer, was convicted guilty of conspiracy to defraud the US and willfully filed false tax forms, according to Insider.

Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, were convicted of bank fraud, defrauding the US government, and tax fraud on June 7. Julie’s conviction was also determined to include wire fraud. If convicted, they could face up to 30 years in prison, and their sentences will be determined at a later date.

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