Savannah Chrisley finds life “so cruel” after her parents, Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley, were found guilty in their fraud lawsuit.
Savannah, 24, posted a slideshow to Instagram on Thursday featuring a long quote about “thinking positive,” a throwback photo of her and Todd, a selfie with Julie, and a portrait with her parents, siblings and grandmother Elizabeth “Nanny Faye.” Chrisley.
“Hello there, my Instagram family…it’s been a few weeks,” she began her caption. “Before you read on, I want to ask you one thing… please be nice. This life is so cruel and we all do our best.
“I will stand by my family and fight for justice. Justice for ourselves and for others that the system has failed. (There’s only so much I can legally comment on right now.)”
The “Chrisley Knows Best” star explained that she felt “abandoned by God” despite her “ruthless prayers”, but vowed to continue praying so He can “strengthen us and prepare us for an even greater purpose.” “.
“I pray for strength, hope and love,” she continued. “Thank you to everyone who stands by our side. This battle is not over. Now let’s get back to work… Whatever comes my way, I WILL succeed. – xoxoxo – Sassy.”
Savannah’s statement comes nearly two weeks after her stepsister Lindsie Chrisley expressed how “deeply saddened” she was.
“The verdict is not what I hoped or prayed for, and I am deeply saddened for myself, my son and my family as a whole,” Lindsie, 32, wrote on her Instagram story.
“Please pray for us at this difficult time and know that I will be back when the time is right,” continued Lindsie, who has been estranged from Todd for years.
Todd, 53, was found guilty on June 7 of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States and tax evasion. Julie, 49, was found guilty of telephone fraud and obstruction of justice in addition to the same federal charges as her husband.
A sentencing date has yet to be scheduled for the reality stars, but they face up to 30 years in prison.
The Chrisleys were charged in August 2019 and are currently free on bail.