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Savannah Chrisley sends cryptic message to haters after parent conviction

Send a message? Savannah Chrisley seemingly weighed in after her parents, Todd and Juliet Chrisleyofficially convicted in their fraud case.

The 25-year-old reality star shared a screenshot of a tweet via her Instagram Story on Monday, November 21. “Noah did not stop building the ark to explain himself to all who doubted and hated him,” the message read. “Keep building your ark. The rain will do the talking.”

Savannah’s uplifting memory came hours after Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, received their verdict following their June sentencing. Us weekly confirmed Monday that Judge Eleanor Ross has sentenced Todd to 12 years in prison, while his wife spends seven years behind bars. The couple must also serve 16 months probation.

Savannah Chrisley Jim Ruymen/UPI/Shutterstock

The Chrisley knows best stars were indicted on 12 counts of tax evasion, banking and banking fraud and conspiracy in 2019. Todd denied the claims in a lengthy statement at the time, claiming that their former employee Mark Braddock tried to get “revenge” against him and Julie and brought “fake documents to the US Attorney’s office”.

US Assistant Attorney Annalize Peters, meanwhile, argued in court that the couple obtained more than $30 million in loans by lying about their wealth and income, claiming: “They fabricated documents and they lie through their teeth to get what they want, whenever they want… want it.”

After a weeks-long trial, a jury found Todd and Julie guilty on all counts in June. “Disappointed with the verdict,” the couple’s lawyer writes in a statement U.Sadding that his clients planned to appeal.

Along with Savannah, Todd and South Carolina-born sons share Pursuit26, and Grayson16. The real estate magnate is also the father of Lindsie33, and Kyle31, which he shares with ex-wife Teresa Terry.

Savannah Chrisley sends cryptic message to haters after parent 2 conviction

Savannah Chrisley, Julie Chrisley, Todd Chrisley, Chase Chrisley and Lindsie Chrisley. Broadimage/Shutterstock

Prior to her parents’ sentencing, the founder of Sassy By Savannah was vocal about the legal drama’s impact on her family. “You handle it much better than I do,” she told her mom during an October episode of her “Unlocked” podcast, noting how important prayer became for Julie and Todd amid their ups and downs. “I’m just angry here because it’s like, how could a God be so loving and so hopeful [OK with this]?”

The Chrisley growing up star added that she has felt “so angry” since the verdict was made public. “Because my whole life could change. And I’m not talking about money,’ she continued. “The two people I’ve always had in front of me and that’s been my support system and leaned on, because I’m there for everyone: my siblings, my friends, whoever it may be. But I always know I can be there for them because you have been there for me or you are there for me.

In the wake of Monday’s court results deadline reported that Chrisley knows best, Chrisley grew up and Love Lime were cancelled. USA Network, which has been working with the family since 2014, will reportedly air a shortened season of Chrisley knows best including episodes filmed before Todd and Julie’s sentencing.

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