Todd and Julie Chrisley ‘really feel like we’re hemorrhaging’ since convictions

Julie Chrisley mentioned she began studying a ebook about comebacks and gleaned that “it doesn’t matter how messy life has become. It’s never too late for God to restore your family, your health, your mind.”

“Sometimes we need a shakedown so that we can rise up,” she mentioned. “And that the lesson for us has to be that it’s never too late. We’re never too far gone. God is always good and he always remembers us.”

Her husband mentioned the entire state of affairs has made him and his spouse nearer.

“I feel like that my marriage, for me personally, internally, is the strongest that it’s ever been,” Todd Chrisley mentioned. “I feel like my marriage is feeding a part of me that I didn’t even know was starving. I feel like I understand Julie from a different level than I ever have before. “

The “Chrisley Knows Best” stars and their accountant, Peter Tarantino, have been additionally convicted of a number of tax crimes, and Julie Chrisley was discovered responsible of obstruction of justice and wire fraud.

In the course of the podcast, Todd Chrisley mentioned an unnamed worker was accountable “so much of the stuff that has happened” and mentioned he is prayed for God to take the animosity in the direction of that individual out of his coronary heart.

“People will get what’s coming to them, but it’s in God’s time,” his spouse mentioned.

“It’s not on our time. That’s where we want to push it along,” she mentioned. “We want to hurry it up because we’re hurting so badly that we just want to see an ounce of love from someone else because we feel like we’re hemorrhaging.”

Their sentencing has been scheduled for October 6.