Todd & Julie Chrisley’s Adopted Daughter’s Mother Wants Custody After The Reality Stars Were Sentenced To Prison For Bank Fraud & Tax Evasion: I Was Pushed Out Of Her Life
Looks like Todd and Julie Chrisley may have another legal battle heading their way!
The mother of Todd and Julie Chrisley’s adopted daughter Chloe wants custody of her child again after the couple was sentenced to prison.
On Monday (Dec. 5) Kyle Chrisley’s ex Angela Johnson, Chloe’s biological mother, claimed she has “not filed any legal papers … as of right now,” but she’s “in the process” of doing so. Angela Johnson made it clear that she intends to “go back to court to get Chloe back home.”
During a recent interview, Angela Johnson tearfully shared:
“I want her home. She deserves to be home… I’m her biological mom. I didn’t walk away from her. I was pushed out of her life.”
In 2014, Todd and Julie Chrisley shared custody of the now 10-year-old with Johnson amid their son’s, Kyle, struggles with addiction and bipolar disorder. The famed couple was granted full custody two years later when Johnson was arrested for allegedly filing a false application for Medicaid assistance. In August of that year, Kyle thanked his parents in a Facebook post that read:
“I haven’t been the best dad to Chloe, I’ve had a problem with drugs, I’ve acted completely ridiculous and through all that, they have stood by my side.”
As previously reported, on Nov. 21 the “Chrisley Knows Best” alums were sentenced to a total of 19 years behind bars after they were convicted of bank fraud and tax evasion. Their daughter Savannah Chrisley recently revealed that she now has custody of Chloe and her 16-year-old brother, Grayson. Savannah Chrisley, host of the “Unlocked” podcast shared with her listeners:
“I’m trying to navigate how you teach two younger children who aren’t fully developed yet and … get them to understand the circumstances.”
The 25-year-old added:
“That’s a really, really difficult thing.”
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