Savannah Chrisley Details How Parents Todd and Julie Are Allegedly Being Treated in Prison

Todd Chrisley, Julie Chrisley and Savannah Chrisley

Savannah Chrisley is not backing down in the fight for better prison conditions for her incarcerated parents.

The 26-year-old daughter of Todd and Julie Chrisley has already been outspoken about the allegedly poor living conditions in both of the federal prisons where her parents are serving their respective sentences for bank fraud and tax evasion—but now she believes it's getting even worse.

According to Savannah, her public statements have made her parents targets of "retaliation," causing their family to become even more concerned about Todd and Julie's safety while behind bars.

"It's been really tough [for them] since I started speaking out about everything," the Chrisley Knows Best alum told Entertainment Tonight in a new interview. "That's been the toughest part. More so for Dad. There's been a lot of retaliation, so we have to worry [about him]."

While noting that his legal team is currently trying to get Todd moved to a different facility, Savannah claimed her father is being prevented from setting up phone calls with his lawyers.

"Which is a huge thing because... it's a non-recorded phone call to where you can speak about the things that are happening to you to your lawyer, [and] they're not letting him do that," she stated.

Savannah further alleged that prison guards at FPC Pensacola have intentionally been targeting her father, claiming that they have even been discussing the possibility of cleaning out Todd's inmate commissary account.

"That's their way of retaliating against these men for speaking out," she told the outlet. "They're literally going to starve them to death."

While her mom isn't dealing with as much alleged "retaliation," Savannah insisted the living conditions at the FMC Lexington are "terrible," with male guards making the women "feel like garbage."

But even with the harrowing alleged conditions Savannah has described, she still has no plans to give up on her parents, and isn't afraid to continue talking about their situations.

"[Dad] and I have had the discussion [and] his exact words were, 'If I have to be uncomfortable in order to hopefully implement and force change, then I'm willing to do it,'" Savannah recalled.

After Todd and Julie's sentences were recently shortened, the two reality stars are expected to be released in January 2033 and October 2028, respectively.

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