Reality TV couple Todd and Julie Chrisley should serve their prison sentences in Florida, according to a federal judge
Todd Chrisley, 54, should serve his 12-year sentence at the federal prison camp in Pensacola, and Julie Chrisley, 49, should serve her seven-year ...
...sentence at the Federal Correctional Institute in Coleman, according to a recommendation made by a federal judge in Atlanta.
According to court documents submitted on Monday in the Northern District of Georgia, if FCI Coleman is full, the court advised she serve her time at FCI Tallahassee.
Ghislaine Maxwell, a disgraced British socialite who entered the Tallahassee prison earlier this year, is at least one other well-known prisoner there.
Sam Mangel, a former offender who guides inmates and their families through the federal correctional system, claimed that the Coleman prison camp used to house women but now only houses men.
He said Julie Chrisley might wind up at federal prison camps in Marianna or Fort Worth, Texas, adding that they are "few and far between" for female inmates.
In June, the couple was found guilty of tax evasion and stealing more than $30 million in bogus loans from community banks ...
...to support their opulent lifestyle. My best guess as to where she will end up is Marianna or FPC Fort Worth, Mangel said.
Julie Chrisley was also found guilty of wire fraud and obstructing the course of justice. The Chrisleys spent a lot of money on designer clothing, ...
...high-end vehicles, and real estate, including two mansions in Nashville, Tennessee, with a combined market value of $9 million.
According to the USA Network website, the plot of Chrisley Knows Best revolved around the misadventures of self-made millionaire Todd Chrisley and his family, who live in Atlanta.
Earlier this year, USA renewed the series for a tenth season, and E renewed the spinoff "Growing Up Chrisley," which follows Chrisley children Chase and Savannah as they live in Los Angeles.
Days after E! revealed it would be launching a new dating series, "Love Limo," hosted by Todd Chrisley, the couple's June trial got underway. All three of the Chrisley family's shows have since been canceled.
Contact Christopher Cann at ccann@tallahasseecom or follow him on Twitter at @ChrisCannFL. The couple's attorney, Alex Little, submitted an appeal to the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit on Monday.