Savannah Chrisley believes her mother Julie is handling her current legal issues better than she is.
The two sat down for an episode of the “Breaking Up With Savannah Chrisley” podcast that aired Tuesday, and they had some emotional conversations.
Savannah’s parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley, were convicted in June of conspiring to defraud banks out of more than $30 million in loans.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the reality stars found fame on the series “Chrisley Knows Best,” and will be sentenced on November 21. He faces up to 30 years in prison.
Their daughter said during the podcast that she was angry because “my whole world changed” because her parents were her support system.
He pointed out that his parents had dived deeper into their Christian faith during this time and asked his mother about it.
“It’s hard on everybody,” Julie Chrisley said. “But the one thing that God said, I will not leave you, I will never leave you. He didn’t promise us rainbows and sunshine. But he still promised that the rain would stop.
He said that it is not better than other people in difficult times, but believes that people go through challenges to push them into their destiny.
“I hope you don’t have a testimony without an examination,” said Julie Chrisley in tears.
Savannah Chrisley urged people to “do your research” when dealing with her parents’ legal issues and said the entire legal experience had “broken” her father.
Julie Chrisley said she was very nervous.
“It’s scary for my parents. There is fear for my mother-in-law because I am the guardian,” he said. “I’m the one who takes care of everyone.”