Fallen TV reality stars Todd and Julie Chrisley, who publicly portrayed themselves as real estate tycoons and the heads of a picturesque American family, may soon serve prison time in Florida following their conviction in a high-profile federal tax-evasion case last month.
A federal judge in Atlanta recommended Todd Chrisley, 54, serve his 12-year sentence at the federal prison camp in Pensacola and Julie Chrisley, 49, serve her seven-year sentence at the Federal Correctional Institute in Coleman.
However, if FCI Coleman is full, the court recommended she serve her time at FCI Tallahassee, according to court records filed Monday in the Northern District of Georgia. The Tallahassee prison is home to at least one other notorious inmate: disgraced British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, who arrived earlier this year.
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Sam Mangel, a former convict who helps inmates and their families navigate the federal correctional system, said the prison camp in Coleman once housed women but now houses men only. Noting that federal prison camps for females are “few and far between,” he said Julie Chrisley could land at federal prison camps in Marianna or Fort Worth, Texas.
“My best guess where she will end up is Marianna or FPC Fort Worth,” Mangel said.