Readers, do you know?
I’m starting to think that Todd Chrisley isn’t a very nice person.
The USA Network personality was sentenced to 12 years in prison this November after being convicted of tax evasion, bank fraud and conspiracy to defraud the IRS in June.
At the trial that resulted in this conviction, Todd’s former business partner, Mark Braddock, testified against the reality star.
todd and his wife didindeed, committing the aforementioned crimes… Braddock also claimed to have had a sexual relationship with Chrisley.
Meanwhile, in the latest issue of his podcast, Todd responded to this allegation — with comments that could easily be interpreted as both fat-shaming and gay-bashing.
“What insults me the most is that in the last 54 years, the person I was finally accused of being with a man was someone who looked like Mark Braddock.
“A toad. A thumb. A man who says he’s only ever had sex with my wife and me.”
Todd, trying to do some kind of funny thing, went on…we guess:
“Let me just say, if you had sex with me, I could understand. [make] you’re funny understood.
“Until now, many people [dick-mitized] by your dad.
In a previous installment on this same podcast, Chrisley said of his impending prison duties:
“Yesterday is irrelevant. Today is what we have. Tomorrow is God’s because it is not promised.”
“What God calls us, God will lead us.”
I can’t help but wonder what God must be thinking in response to Todd’s recent remarks.
The deceptive real estate mogul said Braddock’s comments were “wishful thinking” on his part, adding:
“That’s the most insulting thing.
“To say I couldn’t pull out more than that is better than Todd Chrisley has.
Todd and his wife are due to appear in prison later this month.
Since the verdict was handed down late last year, Julie confided in the lessons she’s learned from her legal troubles:
“I’m thinking about the situation we’re facing right now. I’ve never come out here and hurt my soul.
“I never got out here, I never intentionally tried to do something I shouldn’t, and look where I stand now. How about that?”
Finally, Todd claims to have all the answers in just a few days.
“You’re going to do this interview with me next week,” he told his son Chase on this episode of the podcast, highlighting the impending Q&A.
“Nothing off limits. No hold bar interview.”