The “Chrisley Knows Best” stars are still facing a federal count on 12 counts of conspiracy, bank fraud, wire fraud and tax evasion over a nine-year period.
todd chrisley He and his wife, Julie Chrisley, are raising their hands in praise after they claim victory in their tax evasion case.
“So blessed and grateful to all who knew the truth and stood with us to reveal it,” the “Chrisley Knows Best” star, 52, wrote On Thursday, he has almost 5 million Instagram followers. “There is much more to come about how this entire tax situation came to be and how all parties were seeking recognition based on lies, criminal conduct and attempts to advance their careers.”
Added Chrisley: “We stand firm in our faith and look forward to being exposed with more truth for every dirty deed that no one can imagine, stay tuned.”
the chrysalis was accused He pleaded not guilty to tax evasion and other federal charges during his initial court appearance for evading nearly $2 million in Georgia state taxes between 2008 and 2016.
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the chrysalis reached an agreement In his case after he allegedly failed to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in Georgia income tax.
A spokesman for the couple, Alan Meyer, announced at the time that the couple had reached a settlement with the Georgia Department of Revenue. The agreement, signed by Chrisley on Wednesday, credits him with tax refunds for some tax years and says he owes nothing to others.
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According to the settlement, Chrisley agreed to pay a little less than $150,000 to settle the claims after it was revealed that he owed $77,000 in state taxes between 2008 and 2016—a fraction of the $2 million for which He was accused of being in the red.
Following their settlement, the pair sued Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) director Joshua Waits, alleging that the tax investigator used Todd’s estranged daughter, Lindsey Chrisley, to help her settle about Todd and Julie’s finances. They may be targeted in an attempt to disclose the information. .
The alleged misconduct claim prompted an investigation into DOR by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) of Atlanta, and a report published on September 21 found that Chrisley had been “wrongfully targeted” and that DOR had entered the property. The confiscated money was misused. seizure.
The 32-page OIR report also revealed that Waits was seen posing on Todd and Julie’s confiscated furniture and later boasting about it in messages. According to the findings, Waits’ office also filed an unreasonable request with the US Treasury Department to access the reality TV stars’ bank accounts.
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OIG said in its report that “by posing on Chrisley’s furniture, Director Waits and other senior DOR leadership undermined the ability of DOR to maintain a position of fairness in the enforcement of state laws.”
The report argues that the action “led to Todd Chrisley’s complaints that he was unfairly targeted for investigation because of his ‘celebrity status’.”
Waits resigns After reports from his position last year said he had lied about holding a degree in criminal justice.
The report stated, “Initially, OIG limited the investigation to the employment application of Director Waits. OIG ultimately determined that Director Waits made false claims on a July 2015 employment application relating to his appointment as director of OSI.” information provided.”
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“Specifically, Director Waits represented that he had obtained an associate degree in criminal justice from the University of Northwest Florida,” it continues. “OIG verified through interviews with Director Waits and the National Student Clearinghouse that Director Waits did not hold a degree from the University of Northwest Florida or any other educational institution. OIG referred the case to the Attorney General’s Office for review and prosecution. Sent to the Prosecution Department.”
ChrisLease’s attorney, Christopher S. Anulewicz said in a statement to Granthshala News on Thursday that the reality couple was “grateful” for OIG’s findings.
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“After a detailed investigation, the Georgia Office of the Inspector General confirmed that there was credible evidence to falsely target Todd Chrisley for investigation by the Georgia Department of Revenue because of Mr Chrisley’s ‘celebrity status’,” the memo reads. . “In addition, OIG confirmed that GDOR used unauthorized means to obtain information about Chrisley.”
The statement continued, “Chrisley is grateful for OIG’s efforts, as should everyone in Georgia. OIG’s efforts called this ‘an unpleasant chapter in DOR’s history,’ and its efforts to see DOR moving forward positively.” Can allow. Unfortunately, Chrisley is still dealing with the fallout of this unpleasant chapter. As a result of the joint efforts of OIG and Chrisley, the truth has now come to the fore.”
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Chrisley still has a federal case pending after a grand jury indicted him in 2019 on 12 counts of conspiracy, bank fraud, wire fraud and tax evasion over a nine-year period.
If convicted on all counts, the reality personalities would face up to 30 years behind bars.
Chrisley claimed in a social media post at the time that the indictment was due to an attempt to steal from the family of a disgruntled former employee and retaliate after being fired in 2012.
Todd Chrisley’s attorneys, Bruce H. Morris and Stephen Friedberg, also told Granthshala News in a statement at the time that “the allegations contained in the indictment are based on outright lies” and added, “Chrisley is acquitted of all charges.”
Granthshala News’ Maria Haas and Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.