Todd Chrisley Shares Quote about 'Tough Times' and 'Tough People' Amid Indictment

Gracious Egedegbe
Aug 17, 2019
10:30 P.M.
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Reality Television star, Todd Chrisley, and his wife Julie, found themselves in a legal battle following their indictment on tax evasion charges.

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After releasing a statement days back stating his innocence, Todd made yet another post in which he expressed his faith in God during this tough period. 

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Todd Chrisley and his wife may be going through a challenging period in recent times due to the indictment facing them. Investigators indicted the couple on tax evasion and bank fraud.

Having earlier claimed innocence on the charges via a statement released on his Instagram page, Todd Chrisley once again posted about his family’s current situation, this time using a famous quote as emphasis.

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TODD CHRISLEY’S “TOUGH PEOPLE” POST

The reality star posted a picture of a quote which said: “Tough times never last, but tough people do.” The quote was a direct reference to the predicament facing Todd and his wife, and his caption to the picture showed that they are not losing faith in the Lord.

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In his caption, Todd told his fans that he and his wife are holding on to the right hand of God on the walk they are on and that if he brought them to the road, he would bring them out of it.

He admonished them not to pay heed to false prophets or give attention to attention seekers, but instead stay on their course and forgive their enemies even when they wronged them.

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He then went on to add a piece of good news that his fans would love to hear; he stated that their show, “Chrisley Knows Best” hasn’t been cancelled and they would be returning to the show after the latest distraction.

The patriarch of the Chrisley clan then added that God had delivered much clarity as to those who had set a trap for his family. He added a prayer for those who stood behind his family before going on to thank them for their continuous support.

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He ended his post by saying that he and his family had surrendered to God, and would let him do the rest, as one can’t claim faith and still express fear. 

TODD AND JULIE’S FIRST COURT APPEARANCE

The couple will appear for the first time in court for their tax evasion hearing on Wednesday. They had earlier turned themselves into the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) before proceeding to the court.

The couple is facing a 12-counts charge of tax evasion and other fraudulent crimes. Todd, however, claims innocence of the crimes, stating that it was the work of a former employee trying to bring his family down.

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