Todd Chrisley of 'Chrisley Knows Best' Shares Documents in Case against Georgia Tax Official Josh Waites
In keeping his promise to expose Josh Waites of Georgia Tax Revenue Special Investigation office, Todd Chrisley shared on his social media, court documents of a case against the public servant.
Todd Chrisley of "Chrisley's Knows Best" promised the listeners of his "Chrisley Confessions" podcast that he would expose Josh Waites, the Director of the Georgia Department of Revenue's Office of Special Investigation, for the "Shady" man he is.
CHRISLEY TELLS ALL
In keeping to his promise, Chrisley shared court documents from the Circuit Court that had Waites as a defendant. The papers showed an order for a lien, and a default judgment delivered by Judge Keith Brace ordering the taxman to pay a little over $50, 000, and $11, 000 to one, John R. Fitzgerald.
In the accompanying lengthy caption, the reality star noted,
"[Waites] launched his investigation against [I and my wife, Julie] in 2016. He has lied, manipulated, and created false numbers and report to the press that we owed $2.2 million to the Georgia Department of Revenue."
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As promised today on Chrisley Confessions , here are the public documents regarding Josh Waites with the Georgia Dept of Revenue , this man is the Chief of police for the Dept: He launched his investigation against us in 2016 , he has lied , manipulated and created false numbers and reported to the press that we owed 2.2 million dollars to the Georgia Dept of Revenue , yet this man himself had a federal IRS Tax lien filed against him personally as well as a lawsuit filed against him from his former employer and a judgement entered for over 51k , he then filed bankruptcy to avoid paying this judgment , now I tell you all of this because I’ve made a commitment to see this through to the end and so that he’s no longer allowed to to do this to Georgia residents or anyone else. Josh Waites has far bigger issues than what i am posting tonight and I will be posting those as i am allowed .. I encourage anyone who has had any dealings with this man to contact myself or our attorneys as the list is growing . I plan to disclose further corruption within the Georgia Dept of Revenue in the coming weeks and will be releasing those names at that time.. we appreciate the huge level of overwhelming support that we have received and ask that you continue to lift us up in prayer as we work to shed light where there’s darkness .
SHEDDING LIGHT WHERE THERE'S DARKNESS
Chrisley referred to the documents he shared, adding that the tax official declared bankruptcy to avoid paying. He reiterated his commitment to following through his case against Waites, to shine light where there's darkness.
The dad-of-five asked those who have had dealings with the taxman to come forward, and lend their voice to the fight, and promised to release more names of corrupt tax officials in the Georgia Department of Revenue.
The reality star filed a case against Waites at the end of October, after paying $77, 000 to the state as accrued unpaid tax. He accused the Georgia tax official of conspiring with his estranged daughter, Lindsie, to smear his name by accusing him falsely.
AN OLIVE BRANCH
Chrisley's court case and accusation came days after he addressed Lindsie's appearance on Dr. Phil McGraw's show, on his podcast. Todd put to rest the rumors that he had been threatening his first child with a sex tape made with Waites, with these words,
"I want to go on record today folks, and say, there's no sex tape… there's never been a time that I have a sex tape of my daughter inside in my possession."
The TV star also extended an olive branch to Lindsie, telling her that he still loves her, and she should return home. However, with the mom-of-one getting mentioned in Chrisley's case against Waites, it's unlikely he will mend fences with his daughter anytime soon.