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Kyle Chrisley, Son Of Imprisoned Reality TV Stars Todd And Julie Chrisley, Arrested For Aggravated Assault

Kyle Chrisley was recently arrested in Tennessee for aggravated attack. His reality TV star parents, Julie and Todd Chrisley, are currently in prison for fraud.

Police Department of Smyrna Below are details about the arrest The event occurred Monday, however no further details were given. A press release People MagazineAccording to the police, Kyle was 32 and had a physical altercation at Penske Truck Rental with a supervisor.

Kyle is alleged to have pulled out a handgun during the incident. “fixed blade,” According to the press release. Kyle was released the day following the alleged attack. “voluntarily appeared … for booking procedures related to the active criminal warrant,” The press release stated that police had received the information. Kyle was taken by police to Rutherford County Adult Detention center, where he was later released on a $3,000 bond. According to the public citation, his next court appearance is set for March 28.

Kyle is the son Todd and Julie Chrisley. They were convicted of bank fraud conspiracy, bank fraud and tax fraud last June. Julie was also convicted for wire fraud and obstruction. The two stars of November were convicted. “Chrisley Knows Best” They were sent to federal prison.

Judge Eleanor L. Ross, U.S. District Court Atlanta, sentenced Todd to 12 year imprisonment followed by three years probation. CNN reported. Ross sentenced Julie for seven years in prison, followed by three years probation. The couple were also required to make restitution for their crimes. The exact amount was not disclosed at this time by The New York Times. reported.

Peter Tarantino, the accountant to the couple, was convicted for filing false corporate tax returns on behalf of the Chrisleys. He was sentenced in three years’ prison and three years probation.

Attorneys for the Chrisleys had argued for a reduced sentence, saying the couple has fully accounted for all their income and that many people – including Todd’s mother and the crew who worked on their reality television show – would be negatively impacted by their incarceration. Todd should receive a combination sentence consisting of supervised release and limited imprisonment. The defense also requested that restitution be paid. Defense also requested a new trial. They claimed that an IRS officer had falsely testified, and that she was lied to by the prosecution.

Todd Chrisley was a millionaire through Chrisley Asset Management. This is a Georgia-based real estate company that he established. reported. Todd’s success and his large family made him an ideal candidate for reality television. “Chrisley Knows Best.”

Before the Chrisleys started their reality TV show in 2014 they were already facing financial difficulties. Todd filed for bankruptcy protection in 2012 His lawyer explained how he filed. told People, “He guaranteed a real estate development loan and it failed. He was on the hook for $30 million. If he hadn’t had that happen, he would have been fine, financially.”

However, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”) is not. Explained that the Chrisleys — prior to their reality show — “conspired to defraud community banks in the Atlanta area to obtain more than $30 million in personal loans.”

A business partner can help you. Mark BraddockThe Chrisleys “submitted false bank statements, audit reports, and personal financial statements to banks to obtain the millions of dollars in fraudulent loans,” The DOJ wrote.

2017 saw the couple have more problems. WSB-TV reported At the time, the Chrisleys owed Georgia almost $800,000 in taxes. They also had declared their residence on several public records prior to moving to Nashville in 2016.

In 2018, Todd sued Homebanc Mortgage Corporation. Radar Online reported, alleging that a “former business partner” Todd’s name was forged on the mortgage. He also made payments for him. Todd also claimed that the same partner in business was responsible for Todd’s need to file bankruptcy protection in 2012.

The Chrisleys were arrested in 2019. The couple were convicted after a three-week trial that took place in 2022.

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