Savannah Chrisley Dating Someone After Getting Full Custody of Her Siblings!
Savannah Chrisley's life, including her love life, was turned upside down when her parents were sent to prison.
After Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley were found guilty of tax fraud, their daughter, who is 25 years old, got custody of her 16-year-old brother, Grayson, and her 10-year-old niece, Chloe.
Chrisley talked about her life as the caretaker of her brother and niece on the March 14 episode of “Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe.” She talked about how it has affected her personal relationships, like dating.
She told the former Bachelorette Kaitlyn Bristowe, “I'm dating someone.” She added that for now, she wants to keep it quiet and in “a safe place.” “Until you really know, like, OK, what is this going to become?”
Chrisley doesn't talk about her love life because “people are just hurtful,” she says.
She went on, “People are mean.” “They'll always compare you to your last partner… I'm like, “Hey, you know what? Maybe I'm not ready to tell you that just yet.”
In November 2022, Todd, who was 53, and Julie, who was 50, were both given 19 years in prison by a federal judge. Todd is in a facility in Florida where he is serving his 12-year sentence, and Julie is in a prison in Kentucky.
After they finish their sentences, the couple will have to go on probation for 16 months. However, they are both in the process of appealing their convictions.
“I will never forget when they stood up to read the verdicts and it was guilty, guilty, guilty, like over and over and over again,” Savannah said.
“And I just saw the way my parents were looking, and they were just crying. We didn't expect that to happen; we thought, “There's no way.”
Chrisley was engaged to Nic Kerdiles, who used to play hockey professionally.
With her new responsibilities, the “Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley” star remembered being called “irresponsible” for going to New York for “literally 48 hours” and leaving Grayson and Chloe at home.
She said, “They're taken care of.” “I always make sure they have someone with them, and I'm sorry that this is the first thing I've done for myself in 40 days.”
Chrisley, meanwhile, said that her brother and niece have met her new boyfriend because “it's a package deal.”
“I had a nervous breakdown because I thought, ‘I don't know how my mom has survived all these years.' She's like an angel. She took care of her family and said, “She's one of a kind.” “There is no way I will ever be their mother. I'm still related to them.”
Adding, “I see single moms and I'm like, ‘How do you do it? Like, you just (do) and now I'm like, ‘It's just a packaged deal. Want to go out for dinner? They're getting better.'”