Julie Chrisley Net Worth
Julie Chrisley net worth: Julie Chrisley is an American reality television personality who has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Julie and her family are probably best known for appearing on the reality series, Chrisley Knows Best, on the USA Network. The show follows Mr. and Mrs. Chrisley and their five children as they go about their lives. Julie Chrisley grew up in Winchester, South Carolina as the daughter of a Baptist minister/mechanic and a bank teller, she also had a brother who reportedly committed suicide a the age of 25. She and her family lived in a trailer and lived a simple life. Her life drastically changed when she began a relationship with Todd Chrisley, a successful real estate broker, in the early 90s. He was married at the time with two children. Julie gave birth to their first child together, Chase, just after she and Todd were married.
Todd Chrisley was supposedly very successful in the real estate business and made millions throughout his career. However, in recent years he ran up massive debts and was forced to file for bankruptcy. He allegedly owed the banks around $49 million at one time.
Julie is a breast cancer survivor which has changed her perspective on life. She tries to appreciate life without "sweating the small stuff" and tries to instill that value in her husband and family as well. The series Chrisley Knows Best debuted on the USA Network in 2014. In 2017 it was renewed for a sixth season. In 2016 the show was nominated for a Critics Choice Television Award for Best Unstructured Reality Show. Julie Chrisley has also appeared on episodes of the TV series The View, Today, Steve Harvey, The Real, FabLife, Hollywood Medium, and Steve.
August 2019 Arrest: On August 14, 2019, Todd and Julie Chrisley were arrested in Atlanta on a multi-count indictment. The charges included tax evasion, wire fraud, bank fraud and conspiracy between 2007 and 2012. According to the indictment, the couple operated a scheme that swindled millions of dollars in bank loans by providing fraudulent information. Furthermore they allegedly dodged federal tax bills. Their accountant was also indicted. Todd and Julie claimed in a social media post that the illegal acts were performed by a former "trusted employee" who stole from the family and carried out the crimes without their knowledge. They were forced to appear in court and post $100,000 in unsecured appearance bonds. They were also ordered to restrict their travel to Atlanta and California only if they are taping their TV show.
Real Estate: In June 2019, the Chrisleys spent $3.4 million on a home just outside of Nashville. A mere two months later, amid their alleged financial crimes, they put the home on the market for $4.7 million. They paid $1.6 million for their previous Nashville home in 2016.
|Net Worth:||$3 Million|