Savannah Chrisley has just a few questions in the case of her mother and father Todd and Julie Chrisley‘s jail sentencing.
Particularly, the Rising Up Chrisley star questioned why Todd and Julie had been sentenced to serve 12 and 7 years behind bars, respectively, for his or her tax fraud case, whereas The Actual Housewives of Salt Lake Metropolis‘s Jen Shah was sentenced to serve six-and-a-half-years in jail for her personal fraud case.
“Put the instances facet by facet, and it is unnecessary,” she mentioned on the Jan. 17 episode of her Unlocked podcast. “It simply would not.”
Whereas the three actuality stars had been all sentenced for related causes—Todd and Julie for wire fraud and conspiracy to commit financial institution fraud, and Jen for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and cash laundering in reference to a nationwide telemarketing scheme—Savannah mentioned she thinks the variations within the instances come all the way down to the sufferer statements.
“There have been a whole bunch of victims who had been aged, and those who offered statements that misplaced their houses, threatened to finish their lives,” the 25-year-old acknowledged mentioned of Jen’s case. “There have been so many alternative issues, and he or she received six and a half years. Six and a half years, make that make sense.”