Todd Chrisley becomes a ‘slave’ of money as net worth grows

Todd Chrisley became a “slave” of money and material things before being found guilty of bank fraud and tax evasion.

The 53-year-old reality TV star explained During the most recent episode of his podcast, “Chrisley’s Confessions,” That he let fame go to his head, which led him to make some questionable decisions.

“I got lost when I couldn’t tell the difference between my self-worth and my net worth,” he said. “And the bigger my net worth became, the less I focused on my self-worth because everything was being built around that net worth. The stuff.”

The producer further explained that, because he wanted to “be with everyone” around him, he started buying “all these cars and all these houses”.

He continued, “You become a slave to the things you thought would bring you peace. So I got lost in that and for the rest of my life because I thought I was too ignorant – and when I use the word ignorance do [I mean] I [didn’t] I know I understood how to differentiate between self-worth and net worth. ,

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Todd Chrisley claimed that he confused his self-worth with his net worth, which made him crave material things and money.
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Chrisley, who explained that he found comfort in his faith amid his legal woes, said it took him some time to realize that he “wasn’t competing with everyone else. [him]but with himself because his “self-worth is low.”

But Chrisley hasn’t only explored himself since being found guilty. He told that the situation has brought him closer to his wife of 26 years, Julie Chrisley.

When it comes to how her marriage has been affected Of the recent issues he is facing, he replied, “I said that from my perspective it has drawn me closer to my wife. I think for me personally, internally, my marriage is the strongest.” The one I’ve ever felt – it’s for me, I feel like that.”

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Chrisley, found guilty of bank fraud and tax evasion, revealed that he wanted to be with everyone around him.
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Todd told Julie, 49, during the podcast, “I feel like, for the first time in my life, in my marriage, I feel like my marriage is feeding a part of me that I didn’t even know existed. I am dying of hunger.

“I think I understand you from a different level” [more] I have more than ever and I feel like you’ve opened up more since all of this than you’ve had the whole time we’ve been in our marriage. ,

Julie — who shares daughter Savannah, 24, and sons Chase, 26, and Grayson, 16, with Todd — agreed with her husband, before adding, “I think for both of us, this situation, our The seasons of life have shown us that it’s not just about [what] We have a plan, but it is God’s plan.

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Julie and Todd say that their legal crisis has brought them closer to their marriage.
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“And for a long time, I think it was always our plan, not God’s plan.”

back in june, TMZ reported Julie and Todd – who also have two children, 32-year-old Lindsie and 30-year-old Kyle, along with his ex-wife Teresa Terry – were found guilty of bank fraud and tax evasion.

Prosecutors claimed that the couple submitted forged documents to banks while applying for the loan. Julie also allegedly submitted false credit reports and bank statements while trying to rent a house in California.

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Todd was also accused of cheating on Julie with a former business partner
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During the initial trial, Todd’s former business partner, Mark Braddock, testified against him and claimed that they were intimate for about a year in the early 2000s.

Todd’s attorney, Bruce Morris, alleged in his opening statement that Braddock was “obsessed” with Todd.

Morris and reps for Todd did not immediately return Page Six’s requests for comment.

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