Todd Chrisley left out his estranged oldest daughter, Lindsie, in the tributes he shared on social media on National Daughters Day.
It's no secret that Todd Chrisley and his oldest daughter, Lindsie Chrisley's relationship has gotten worse recently. But it turned out that things have deteriorated to the point that the reality star failed to acknowledge his first child on National Daughters Day.
HE HAD NOTHING BUT KIND WORDS FOR SAVANNAH
In Todd's first Instagram post to mark the day, he acknowledged his 22-year-old daughter, Savannah Chrisley. He wrote about the "Growing Up Chrisley" star,
"You are the most wonderful daughter any parent can ask for."
The 29-year-old woman got accused of reporting her father to the authorities; a fact she later denied
"You are kind, compassionate, funny, and beautiful. You are fiercely loyal, and your faith in God inspires me always to keep reaching with all my heart."
Todd completed the tribute with the words,
"I love you with all my heart; always have, and always will."
CHLOE WAS NOT LEFT OUT
The "Chrisley Knows Best," star then shared a second post, dedicated to his granddaughter, Chloe. He shared a photo of the two of them smiling, and captioned it,
"And there's my little beauty. Happy Daughters Day, my sweet Chloe."
While these words seemed to be that of a caring father, Todd's recent actions prove that he might not be as forgiving as his words
Todd and Lindsie's estrangement became public knowledge after he got indicted along with his wife, Julie in August, by a Federal Grand Jury on charges of fraud, and other financial crimes. At the time, the 29-year-old woman got accused of reporting her father to the authorities; a fact she later denied.
TODD'S WORDS AND ACTIONS DO NOT CORRESPOND
It soon turned into a public feud with Lindsie, and her younger brother, Chase, trading accusations on extortion. In the heat of it, Todd shared on his "Chrisley Confessions" podcast that he loves his oldest daughter, and would welcome her back with open arms.
"She will always be my daughter, that will never change. She is my firstborn child, and she is loved."
The reality star equally pleaded with his children to stop fighting publicly, saying that should anything happen to any of them before they get to say, "I'm sorry," they will be ashamed and filled with regret because by then, it would be too late.
While these words seemed to be that of a caring father, Todd's recent actions prove that he might not be as forgiving as his words, but time will tell, where he truly stands.
August 25, 2019