LOS ANGELES (LALATE EXCLUSIVE) – Who is Kyle Chrisley’s baby mama, did Todd Chrisley spend a million dollars of his own money on helping Kyle Chrisley’s issues, and is Chase Chrisley’s car actually part of Todd Chrisley’s bankruptcy? This season on Chrisley Knows Best, Todd Chrisley makes a series of money, net worth, lavish living, and other financial claims on camera that are simply untrue as of 2012. From Todd’s “Chrisley and Company Department Store”, which does not exist despite Todd’s proclaimed arrival multiple time in the years proceeding production, to Todd’s claim that he spends hundreds of thousands of dollars on clothing, which he didn’t, to his assertion about his household belonging, which he does not even own, many of Todd’s larger than life claims on TV are simply not true, according to Todd himself in documents he has filed outside the show starting in 2012.
Kyle Chrisley’s baby mama is not revealed so far this season. But Todd Chrisley says on camera, for a show filmed during 2013, that Todd spent a fortune on Kyle Chrisley recently to help Kyle and his issues. But as of 2012, Todd Chrisley claimed that he did not have a fortune to spend on Kyle or anyone else.
In fact, Todd claims that his previous source of living, Chrisley Asset Management, by 2013, had dried up. It had been a successful real estate entity that resold properties under contract for Fannie Mae. Todd made his money pursuant to that Fannie Mae contract. But Fannie Mae, according to Todd, cancelled his company’s contract after corporate litigation between Julie and the former partner started. Todd admits to not having a fortune after losing that Fannie Mae deal, and certainly not a fortune to spend on Kyle Chrisley. On camera, however, Todd claims a different story, namely that Todd purportedly spent a fortune of his own money at that time on Kyle Chrisley to help Kyle turn his life around in dealing with issues with Kyle’s baby mama.
Meantime, Chase Chrisley clashes with Todd Chrisley in multiple episodes this season. Among them are episodes in which Todd tells Chase Chrisley that he will lose driving privileges to Chase’s Range Rover, that Chase can no longer drive the Range Rover, and that Chase will be at mercy of Julie now driving him around. And while those assertions are filmed on camera in 2013, since 2012 Todd off camera claimed that Chase’s Range Rover is actually part of the Todd’s bankruptcy proceeding.
Todd claims that Chase’s Range Rover is one of the few partial assets that is subject to creditors in the bankruptcy. But, among those creditors ironically is Land Rover Financial. Todd claims that roughly thirty-seven thousand dollars is owed on Chase’s Range Rover, that Todd can’t afford to pay for it, and that the SUV is an asset subject to creditor liens in the bankruptcy.
As previously reported on LALATE, Todd Chrisley extensively details on camera the belongings in his Atlanta mansion, which is currently for sale and is also part of the bankruptcy. But Todd off camera claims that he doesn’t own any personal belongings, from a book to a chair, in that house, including the computers by which he claims he tracks Chase and Savannah’s cars. For more about Todd’s money troubles, Chrisley and Company, and more click HERE.