Savannah Chrisley's Sister Lindsie Shares Stance on Possible Reconciliation After Fallout

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Despite their ongoing public feud and years-long rift, Lindsie Chrisley says she's open to working things out with her estranged sibling, Savannah Chrisley.

On The Southern Tea podcast, Lindsie acknowledged that she would be open to reconciling with her younger sister.

"If she wanted to handle the situation privately, I would be in agreement to do that because again, I never spoke first, I never said anything," Todd Chrisley's eldest daughter said. "I kind of took the blame for certain things that I shouldn't have taken the blame for publicly. I took that on on this podcast myself just for it to go away and for there to be peace."

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Lindsie stressed the importance of having a private conversation versus the public sparring.

She explained: "And I still maintain the position that I would be willing to have a conversation privately, but I will not be willing to continue to engage in unhealthy behavior that has been displayed publicly for any purposes, whether that be entertainment attention, whatever the reasons may be. I will not engage in that."

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Those who tuned into Chrisley Knows Best know that Lindsie left the reality TV series in 2017 due to tension between her father, Todd, her stepmother, Julie Chrisley, and her half-siblings, Savannah and Chase.

Through the years, Todd's eldest daughter has feuded with various family members for other reasons—including her marriage to ex-husband, Will Campbell, and an alleged attempt by Todd to extort Lindsie with a sex tape.

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Savannah also accused Lindsie of working with government officials for two years during their parents' tax fraud case. In January 2023, Todd and Julie reported to prison for 10 years and five years, respectively. Their sentences were shortened from 12 and seven.

Despite their estrangement, Lindsie said she wants only the best for Savannah, particularly in the wake of the death of Savannah's ex, Nic Kerdiles.

"I wish her well, especially in this time of grief that she has been publicly navigating," Lindsie said on her podcast. "I wish her to be able to heal. I wish all great things in life coming her way. However, I just wish that situation away from me."

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