August 28, 2019
Popular onscreen diva, Lindsie Chrisley recently revealed via her twitter handle her dad's blackmailing moves towards her, which started two years ago.
She shared screenshots of her dad's tweets on her social media. Although he did not mention her name, it appeared that the 50-year-old was referring to his daughter, considering the circumstances surrounding her marriage breakup.
Todd used derogatory terms like "liar" and even threw shades at her mother. Inarguably, he resents his ex so much that he made comparisons between Lindsie and her mother.
He further mentioned that the 29-year-old Chrisley is a psycho. His tweets insinuated that it was necessary to reveal the skeletons in her cupboard so that she can put a stop on the denial.
His tweets read:
"Sometimes those lies that need to be exposed in order to stop the madness...sue me over the truth psycho. Like mother, like daughter, once a cheater, always a cheater.
Todd wasn't backing down, he continued by saying he had the proof of these allegations, and even hashtagged words like "2 bachelors (sic)," "in-laws," videos, " and "photos."
The two men, John Murray, and Hayes, who are the supposed active players in the sex scandal, blurted out their disgust and even got the federal authorities involved in the issue.
While John explained that his relationship between the "Chrisley Knows Best" star was simply friendship. Hayes stated that he was captured on tape with Lindsie against his consent and that they were in no way trying to record a sex tape.
One may wonder what the cause of all this controversy is. Families are expected to stick together and shield one another, especially a family as popular as the Chrisleys'.
According to a statement made by Lindsie's attorney, she has continuously been harassed by her estranged family who is supposed to be her support system.
The lawyer stated that the family is trying to do her "harm" and rather than focus on the charges levied against them, they want to bring her down.
Earlier in August, Todd and Julie were charged to court over committing fraudulent acts, but they pleaded not guilty.
Lindsie's lawyer opposed the erroneous perception that his client may have snitched on her dad and lied about the fraud crimes. He said that she had nothing to do with it, as she separated herself from the pack as far back as 2017.
Both parties seem to have "proof" to back up their claims, but what is most important is a " just resolution," which Lindsie's attorney included in his statement.
All the best Lindsie!