LOS ANGELES (LALATE EXCLUSIVE) – Todd Chrisley’s fibs about his money troubles continued this month. Fans have been asking for weeks what is Todd Chrisley’s net worth, what does Chrisley do for a living, how did Todd Chrisley make his money, and where is this Chrisley and Company Department Store? Recently, Todd Chrisley, to promote the season finale of Chrisley Knows Best, was asked by news about his bankruptcy. And once, again, Todd Chrisley was giving untrue statements about his family’s still pending money troubles.
Todd Chrisley sat with People Magazine recently. And the magazine claims Chrisley was asked about his money issues. Todd’s response was “It’s just a regurgitation of what happened in 2012. We’re very blessed. It’s 2014, we’ve moved on.” Nothing could be further from the truth, LALATE can report.
Chrisley who filed for personal bankruptcy before 2013 is still battling issues in bankruptcy court, LALATE can exclusively. While Todd may think he has “moved on”, the cases are still very much pending involing Todd and his family businesses.
Julie Chrisley, Chrisley Asset Management, and Chrisleys and Company LLC have not moved on from financial disputes in multiple courts either, LALATE can exclusively report. Chrisley’s implication that news reports about his money problems are only “a regurgitation of what happened in 2012″ is just not true.
Chrisley has been sued in roughly in twenty-three lawsuits in just the last ten years, LALATE can exclusively report. And LALATE can report that Todd Chrisley has just been sued again, now by criminal defense attorney Drew Findling. Chrisley was served on April 3, 2014, LALATE can exclusively report. It is believed that Findling may have represented Kyle Chrisley during 2013.
Julie has money problems too. In federal court, Julie Chrisley is battling allegations from Todd’s bankruptcy trustee that Todd allegedly fraudulently transferred assets to Julie to avoid creditors. In a separate matter, Julie Chrisley is battling money issues stemming from her lawsuit of Todd and her former business partner in Chrisley Asset Management, LALATE can exclusively report.
Then there is more. During that state court action, Julie was allegedly held in contempt of court for allegedly withdrawing $220,000 from Chrisley Asset Management while the company was under receivership during the lawsuit. Just days ago, Julie agreed to return the entire $220,000 back to the court pending her dispute with the opposing party of the right to that money. That matter hasn’t “moved on” either.
In fact, Todd and Julie have claimed that the way they made money, his net worth, under a contract with Fannie Mae. That contract has since been canceled by Fannie Mae. Chrisley and Julie Chrisley, according to Julie’s own public documents, started in 2005 Chrisley Asset Management. The Georgia based company, according to Julie, would take Fannie Mae properties and make a commission on their refurbishing. Todd’s company would “upgrade and repair the [Fannie Mae] properties”, then “sell them”, and then Chrisley Asset Management “would be paid a commission” [by Fannie Mae].”
As the show leaves ambiguity about Todd’s money, so allegedly did his businesses. The trustee claims that “Debtor has attempted to create ambiguity over who the actual owners of CAM were throughout its history”, claims the trustee. He further claims that Todd had different alleged agreements claiming different ownership stakes at the same time.
And in March, that trustee sought to see Todd’s emails as well. Jason L. Pettie, Trustee of Todd Chrisley’s bankruptcy, filed a motion in Todd’s bankruptcy court on March 27, 2014 seeking all email activity from Todd Chrisley from 2006 to the present, LALATE can exclusively report. The request was filed asking for all “Documents sufficient to show ‘header’” details from Todd Chrisley’s email account “for the period August 31, 2006 through the present.” Pettie claims that Todd maintains two email accounts. In his request, Pettie put Todd’s two email addresses into public record.