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One final clink before hitting The Clink.
Julie Chrisley’s family shared loving messages to their mom on her 50th birthday – less than one week from the beginning of her seven-year prison sentence.
Julie’s daughter, Savannah Chrisley, shared a video collage of several sweet videos, selfies and throwback photos of the two of them on Thursday.
“I know this isn’t the birthday we had imagined but I’ll make it up to you,” Savannah, 25, began the lengthy caption. “Unfortunately, we are one of many that the system has failed and I will continue to fight the good fight until we’re all home together.”
The “Chrisley Knows Best” star thanked her mom for “being the mom that every girl dreams of having” and her “real life angel.”
“You are magnificent,” she continued. “You are the most beautiful woman I know. Your beauty is so much more than skin deep. You ooze such extravagant love for human kind that it radiates from every part of you.”
Savannah added that her mom has been her “superhero” and “saved” her at times when she’s “hit rock bottom.”
“Thank you for showing me what a woman of faith looks like…a woman who seeks Jesus even when it’s hard. And lastly…thank you for loving my daddy so deeply and so beautifully,” she wrote, referring to her dad, Todd Chrisley.
“You’ve shown me what it means to be a ONE OF A KIND kinda wife. The love you’ve shown to him has helped to mold the tender love and incredible respect I have for my daddy.”
Lindsie Chrisley – who Todd shares with his ex-wife Teresa Terry – also gave a special shoutout to her stepmom on the big day.
“Happy birthday Mimi. We love you,” Lindsie, 33, captioned a video of Julie walking alongside her son, Jackson, and the Chrisley’s adopted daughter, Chloe.
Julie’s other children, Chase, 16, and Grayson Chrisley, 16, kept quiet on social media – as well as Todd, 53.
Julie is set to begin her seven-year prison sentence on Jan. 17 at Federal Correctional Institution Marianna in Florida. Meanwhile, Todd is expected to serve 12 years at Federal Prison Camp, Pensacola.
Todd and Julie were indicted in August 2019 for allegedly submitting fake documents to banks to secure more than $30 million in loans.
Todd was convicted of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States, and tax evasion; while Julie was found guilty of wire fraud and obstruction of justice in addition to the same federal charges as her husband.
They are appealing their conviction and requested bail in the meantime, but they were recently denied that motion.
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