Why Savannah Chrisley Is 'Grateful' Now For Her Parents Todd and Julie's Legal Woes

Why Savannah Chrisley Is 'Grateful' Now For Her Parents Todd and Julie's Legal Woes ...

Savannah Chrisley isn''t exuding all that much sass when it comes to her parents legal difficulties of late. At the beginning of June, Todd and Julie Chrisley were found guilty of bank fraud, tax evasion, and a potentially up to 30 years in prison. While the entire family was resentful, she did some reflection and explained why she can now feel grateful for the whole process.

Savannah Chrisley used her Instagram to describe her frustrations even further when she''s had time to process everything. An accompanying slideshow of photographs starts out as a few gleeful nights out and about with friends, but then slowly turns into shots of family one-on-ones and seflies. This transition of her life before and after the recent trial, however, it''s unlikely to happen to her anymore. Here''s how she put it in her caption:

Reflecting on LifePre Storm and Post Storm is a beautiful morning. One thing I can say is that I am grateful for those around me who choose to love and love hardno matter how difficult it might be. Pre Storm was FAST paced and full of things that just cannot be. The transition - more quiet time, more me time, and family time

The bank fraud trial has put her on a path of soul-searching of sorts, at least when it comes to life''s key. For the 24-year-old, the trauma has strengthened her Christian faith and taught her how much she and her family can all endure in the long run.

Because I know that there is a God who out of nothing works everything! He can take what the enemy used to try and destroy you and use it to develop you. I am in the process of discovering MEso with me. No matter what happens in life choose love. It is so traumatic.

She revealed how cruel life was and how the justice system had failed them when Savannah Chrisley first spoke. She said in a recent post that she had felt dissatisfied by God, but acknowledged that this was a necessary adversity for her family to flourish. In the other word, she stated, however, that this ongoing journey will make her a better person in particular:

God is slowing me down and preparing me through a process. But a process Im so willing to endure its moments like these that will make me a better girl, sister, friend, partner, and future mother.

Lindsie, her half-sister, and her Todds daughter, who married in a previous marriage, spoke out after the fraud trial. She had taken the stand just a week before with evidence that reportedly riled the jury fairly quickly. However, she stated later that the verdict was still not what she had planned and prayed for. Todd and Julie both expressed concern about being found guilty, saying that they were praying for a miracle, and that their son Chase would be taking over their podcast in the near future.

The Chrisley Knows Best stars were convicted in the wake of several bombshells coming out in court. One example is that a co-conspirator accused Todd Chrisley of having a love affair with him, as well as inciting the former employee to pay interest on loan applications. Initially, the loans cost the taxpayer hundreds of thousands of dollars, claiming that the couple had no choice but to pay monthly bills for their lifestyle. They are now on house confinement until their sentencing in October.

The legal situation has reportedly halted filming on Season 10 of Chrisley Knows Best, along with other projects that were in the works, pending confirmation of the sentence. However, Season 9 will still air as planned on the USA Network tonight, June 23, on the 2022 TV schedule. From what Savannah Chrisley is now, it may be deceiving.