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He is still proud. Todd Chrisley he’s been through a lot this year, but he’s trying not to let the critics hold him back.
“If we’ve done anything by being on television, we’ve proven that we’re not perfect,” star Chrisley Knows Best, 53, said on the Wednesday, Aug. 24, episode of the podcast. his “Chrisley Confessions” on PodcastOne. “We showed the imperfections. Folks, I have no shame in this. You cannot listen to me for anything that is going on in my life or in my family, because it was my life, it was the time to live. And I was the one who made that decision, whether it was good, bad or indifferent.”
The reality star and his wife, Julie Chrisley, were convicted of tax evasion earlier this year. Their sentencing is scheduled for October, but earlier this week, the duo filed a motion asking for a new trial and acquittal.
According to court documents obtained by Us Weekly on Thursday, August 25, the personalities of the US network are asking for a new trial on the basis that “the government presented and failed to correct” false testimony during the initial case.
The couple’s legal team alleged that IRS Revenue Officer Betty Carter “lied” about them over taxes. The documents also claimed that there was no evidence that Julie, 49, “participated in any of the specifically alleged bank frauds.”
The natives of Georgia and the What’s Cooking With Julie Chrisley alum didn’t address the appeal on their podcast, but they do reflect on what their past choices have taught them.
“Some of the worst decisions we’ve made have been some of the best we’ve learned from,” Julie said. Todd added: “So, at the end of the day, that doesn’t mean they were the worst decisions. Because if we learned something a lot from that bad decision we made, then we’ll be better for it.”
The entrepreneur also said that he and his family were happiest before they became rich. “I can tell you that my happiest days were days when we had the least,” he explained. “Because I didn’t worry about someone trying to take us from us, because we didn’t have much to take.”
Last month, Todd said he regrets spending so much time worrying about his finances without checking in on himself. “I lost it when I couldn’t tell the difference in my self-esteem and my net worth,” he said during a July episode of his podcast. “And the higher my net worth became, the less I was focused on my own worth because everything was being built around that net worth. Around things.”
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