Julie Chrisley revealed she was “residing in worry” main as much as her and husband Todd’s sentencing.
Todd and Julie Chrisley have been sentenced to a mixed 19 years in jail on Nov. 21 after being convicted of financial institution fraud and tax evasion in June.
Todd and Julie have been sentenced to 12 and seven years in jail, respectively, and can each spend 16 months on probation after their launch.
Throughout an episode of their podcast, “Chrisley Confessions” — that was recorded forward of their sentencing and aired Wednesday – Julie spoke out about their scenario.
“I do know in my coronary heart that I’m a Christian, I consider God, I consider that God can work miracles, I consider that He’ll maintain my household, that if I died right this moment, I do know the place I am going. However I nonetheless have this worry,” Julie advised her followers.
“Everybody is aware of that we’re residing by a nightmare… I’ve been centered on not residing in worry.”
Julie continued to share together with her listeners an acronym she realized about worry – “false proof of showing actual.”
She added that worry is a sense she “struggles so laborious with.”
The “Chrisley Is aware of Finest” star was making an attempt to look on the brighter aspect of issues whereas noting she’s grateful that she and Todd have one another throughout tumultuous occasions.
“I am grateful that our relationship has grown as an alternative of falling aside,” Julie confessed.
“When folks undergo traumatic occasions, lots of occasions they do not make it. A variety of occasions the connection falls aside as a result of all the things is anxious. There’s manner added pressures, and other people do not make it.”
After their sentencing, the couple’s lawyer advised Fox Information Digital it “was a tough day for the Chrisley household. However Todd and Julie are folks of religion, and that religion provides them energy as they attraction their convictions. Their trial was marred by critical and repeated errors, together with the federal government mendacity to jurors about what taxes the couple paid. Primarily based on these points, we’re optimistic in regards to the street forward.”
Prosecutors declare that the truth stars secured over $30 million in fraudulent loans.
Fox Information’ Tracy Wright and Caroline Thayer contributed to this report.