Apologize and move on. Lindsey Chrisley is addressing her recent reconciliation with her father, Todd Chrisley, after the pair had previously and publicly parted ways.
Lindsey addresses the reaction to being reunited with her father in a new episode of her podcast, southern tea, and explained that their decision to rekindle their relationship was not because of the cheating trial Todd and wife Julie Chrisley had recently indicted on.
“I think the most common question people want to know is whether we’re reunited because of the lawsuit or because of my divorce… [but] I can tell you with full confidence that there was no re-connection for whatever legal reason,” shared Lindsey, 31. “Nothing like that ever happened.”
While Lindsey has been publicly and apart from Todd as of last year, the pair fixed up the fence earlier this year. Lindsey testifies in defense of Todd and Julie during their trial.
Lindsey said the lawsuit was not the motivating factor in their reconciliation, but her own marital troubles and eventual divorce from Will Campbell – with whom she separated in July 2021 after nine years of marriage – was the instigator.
“After the stuff of my divorce was made public, my dad posted, ‘I’m here, I love you, I see whatever’s going on in your life right now. [And] It’s really more about how we were able to reconnect,” she shared, adding that re-establishing their father-daughter relationship “was definitely due to my divorce.”
Speaking with ET in September 2021, Lindsey said that she had seen her father’s social media message, but didn’t really feel supported as her father never reached out to her directly.
Regarding Todd’s previous comments on his podcast, Chrisley Confessions — including that he was praying for her, Will, and their 9-year-old son, Jackson — she says she didn’t hear it outright.
“Throughout the last year I went through therapy, I was just advised by my therapist not to tune in, not follow along on social media, things that were being posted because it’s triggering me,” she explained. . “Therefore, I try to distance myself from it as much as possible. However, I was told a lot of things that have been said. And it is difficult not to answer those things. Because some things that have been said either only Clearly wrong or maybe my thoughts are not pure.”
Lindsey also said at the time that she only addresses her family when she is responding to something publicly said. She said there was no hope of reconciliation and that neither she nor her son Jackson had any contact with them.
“There will never be any reconciliation,” she said. “I think the most one can ask for at this point is that everyone move on with their lives as they see fit and leave the other side alone. But at this point, reconciliation There will be no chance of that. And unfortunately, I will continue to respond to whatever allegations are made.”
In August 2021, Todd said he was open to the possibility of reconciliation, telling ET, “I pray to God every day. This has been the hardest thing because I don’t know where you go from… When you were a kid you’ve loved Lindsey the way you love, and it happens. I can only pray that God bless her, and God give her peace of mind and God restore her May go. “
In early June, Todd and Julie were found guilty of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States, and tax fraud. In addition, Julie was convicted of wire fraud. Chrisley Knows Best The stars face up to 30 years in prison.
The trial and subsequent sentencing came after a federal grand jury in August 2019 accused Todd and Julie of falsifying documents to secure up to $30 million in bank loans for personal use. Soon afterward, Todd and Julie turned themselves in, denying wrongdoing and filing a plea of not guilty. At the time, Todd claimed that a disgruntled former employee had turned out to convince the U.S. Attorney’s office that Chrisley was responsible for committing a financial crime.
For more on the Chrisley family’s ongoing legal drama, watch the video below.
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