Lindsie Chrisley, star of the reality program “Chrisley Knows Best,” recently participated in an Instagram Q&A in which she discussed her relationship with her siblings and the reason she has stopped following some of them on social media. Let’s go further into Lindsie’s claims and her path to establishing limits in her household.
Sibling Dispute and Social Media Block
In response to a question, Lindsie said that she had banned her siblings on social media after a disagreement. It was her own fault, she said, so there’s that. My b.” It’s worth noting that Lindsie has unfollowed her sister Savannah, brothers Chase and Grayson, and just her brother Kyle on Instagram.
There is no huge drama or conflicts between the siblings right now, she informed her fans, so “everything is fine” in their household.
Setting Boundaries with Family
It’s not unheard of for a person to set limits with their loved ones as Lindsie did. After her parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley were incarcerated, she said last year that she had to spend the holidays alone.
Lindsie’s son Jackson was with her for Thanksgiving, and the stress of their legal problems made her want to put his needs before her own. She said she didn’t want Jackson to see her parents in a bad place mentally or emotionally around the holidays.
Todd and Julie’s Sentencing
In November of 2022, Todd Chrisley, then 53, and Julie Chrisley, then 49, were sentenced to 12 and 7 years in jail, respectively. The conviction for bank and wire fraud as well as tax evasion had happened four months prior to the sentence.
Their ex-assistant, Peter Tarantino, was also convicted of fraud and sentenced to 36 months in jail. There’s little question that Lindsie’s family dynamic changed as a result of these legal events.
Reconciliation and Reconnection
In the year before to Todd and Julie’s trial, Lindsie and her father had been at odds, but they reconciled. While Lindsie testified on her father’s behalf at trial, she stressed that the two were not reconciling for legal reasons.
Instead, they got back together when she and ex-husband Will Campbell, with whom she has a 10-year-old son named Jackson, were divorced. According to Lindsie, their eventual reunion was facilitated by her father’s public display of love and support for her during her time of need.
Visiting Julie in Prison
There was talk recently that Lindsie hadn’t visited Julie in jail because her stepmother didn’t want her to. Yet, in a recent edition of her podcast, “The Southern Tea,” Lindsie brushed off the charges as “nonsense.” She elaborated that, unlike her father’s institution, Julie’s was more difficult to access.
They wanted Lindsie and Jackson to come to visit, and she assured them that she had talked to Julie on the phone. Lindsie wants to take her kid to meet Julie as soon as school is out and she is given permission to do so.