They might be spending the rest of their lives behind bars if the maximum penalty for fraud is handed down to Todd Chrisley and Julie Chrisley. All charges were ruled guilty on Tuesday, June 7, and the former reality stars face up to 30 years in prison. As of right now, no one knows when they’ll be sentenced.

Prosecutors charged Todd with bank fraud and tax evasion as part of a conspiracy to conduct bank fraud. According to Insider, Julie, 49, was found guilty of bank fraud conspiracy, bank fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States, tax fraud, and wire fraud.

Todd and Julie Chrisley’s Prison Sentencing

There were a number of restrictions attached to the pair’s release from their current bond. To keep track of their whereabouts, In Touch received court documents stating that Todd and Julie were compelled to engage in the “Location Monitoring Program.”

As part of their sentence, the pair was also ordered to participate in a home detention facility and “abide by all regulations, which shall include the use of electronic monitoring equipment or other location verification method.”

Todd and Julie Chrisley’s Prison Sentencing

Home detention for the two will be limited to “work, education and religious services,” as well as any necessary medical or mental health care, attorney visits, and court appearances. Every time they spend more than $1,000, the couple is required to tell their probation supervisor.

For their extravagant lifestyle, which was documented on the American reality show Chrisley Knows Best, Todd and Julie were accused of acquiring $30 million in illegal bank loans. According to the prosecution, the couple failed to pay their taxes for a period spanning from 2008 to 2016.

A federal tax evasion prosecution against the Chrisleys was filed in Atlanta in 2019, but the family maintained their innocence, alleging that someone else was in charge of their affairs.

Both of them were found guilty on six charges, including bank fraud, one count of conspiracy to conduct bank fraud, one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States, and one count of tax fraud at trial. One case of wire fraud and one count of obstruction of justice were filed against Julie. Additional allegations include fabricating credit reports and bank records in order to obtain an apartment, which she denies.

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Todd and Julie were sentenced to house arrest following the judgment. It was discovered that Chase dropped off groceries on June 14 while Grayson washed his car outside the house on June 13 according to the couple’s oldest son, Chase.

Nic Kerdiles, the on-again, off-again boyfriend of their daughter Savannah, dropped over on June 14 for a visit.

Fans have been wondering since the guilty judgment was announced what would happen to Todd and Julie’s two children, Grayson, 16, and granddaughter Chloe, 9, who are still in their custody.

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