People: Todd and Julie Chrisley Not Selling Nashville Home Amid Alleged Financial Crimes
While battling financial crime allegations, “Chrisley Knows Best” stars confirmed that they do not intend to sell their family home based in Nashville.
A spokesperson for Todd and Julie Chrisley clarified that the property which was currently listed is not their Nashville home. Instead, it is another property that they always wanted to sell.
“They’re not selling their Nashville home,” the spokesperson declared before adding that the house that is on sale was bought to renovate and resale.
IT WAS ALWAYS MEANT TO BE SOLD
“As viewers of this year’s show will know, the property for sale is a speculation house they bought to renovate and flip.”
Meanwhile, Zillow confirms that the reality stars’ 13,279-square-feet-mansion located at Brentwood was purchased in April. The house boasts 6 beds and 10 baths.
Todd and Julie are currently in the thick of a legal battle after they were indicted by a grand jury for charges including tax evasion, wire fraud, and conspiracy bank fraud.
People reported that it obtained a ‘12-count indictment that spans nine years’ which links the Chrisleys to various financial crimes.
It was also alleged that the Chrisleys attempted to hide their income from reality show by using their production company, 7 C Production.
Following the charges, Todd and Julie turned themselves in and, hours later, pleaded not guilty. Bruce H. Morris and Stephen Friedberg, the attorneys for the family, claimed:
“The allegations contained in the indictment are based on complete falsehoods. The Chrisleys are innocent of all charges.”
He further expressed his gratitude toward his fans and followers for their love and support.