“There was a photograph taken of me while I was sleeping and sent to my daughter,” he alleged, “asking for $2,600 dollars a month for my protection.”
E! News has reached out to Pensacola Federal Prison Camp for comment but hasn’t heard back.
Todd and his wife, Julie Chrisley, were found guilty in June 2022 of conspiring to defraud banks and taking out millions of dollars’ worth of personal loans using false bank statements. He reported to his prison in January, while Julie—who he married in 1996—began her sentence at a different federal prison in Lexington, Ky.
Their attorney Jay Surgent said in September that the couple’s sentences were shortened, with Todd’s initial 12-year sentence down to 10 and Julie’s seven-year sentence down to five.
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