According to Savannah and Chase Chrisley, Todd and Julie Chrisley are supposedly dealing with heat and venomous snakes in their different jails.

Chase paid a visit to his father in the Federal Prison Camp Pensacola in Florida, which he described as “a nightmare,” while Savannah described Julie’s stay at the Federal Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky, as “insane.”

“They no longer have air conditioning… “They’re both in states where it gets to be 100 degrees and there’s no air conditioning,” Chase said on Tuesday’s episode of Savannah’s “Unlocked” podcast.

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Savannah, 25, claimed Julie, 50, had “rattlesnakes just casually slithering on the floor in front of her” and “right there where her bed is.”

Chase, 27, intervened and informed Savannah that they were not rattlesnakes, but rather some kind of “poisonous snake.”

“I don’t care if you killed someone – you should have air conditioning in a government facility.” “That’s just ridiculous,” Chase said.

Savannah agreed with her brother, saying that the air conditioning is the “least” of their concerns as the prisons are also said to have “black mold, asbestos [and] lead-based paint.”

“It’s not ‘Fear Factor,'” Chase clarified, before Savannah intervened, reminding her brother that “it is prison,” not the “Four Seasons.”

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Chase stated that regardless of the facilities, it “pisses [him] off,” but he has “faith” that “it’s all gonna come to light” one day.

“Some disgusting things are going to come to light,” Savannah said emphatically.

“It will leave people speechless about what goes on in these facilities, and I’m ready for that day to come, but it will happen when it happens.” It’s insane to sit there and watch mom and dad go through that, but luckily they’re fighting.”

Despite the “inhumane conditions,” Todd, 54, and Julie are “doing fine” and “as well as they can,” according to their children.

“Our parents are very, very strong people who were not built to break, and this damn sure isn’t going to break them,” Savannah stressed.

Despite living 650 miles away, the former “Chrisley Knows Best” stars made it clear that their parents had “remained loyal to each other” and “love each other.”

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Neither prison reacted promptly to Page Six’s requests for comment.

Todd was sentenced to 12 years in prison, while Julie will serve 7 years for fraud and tax evasion in November 2022, as previously reported.

The Chrisleys have adamantly maintained their innocence, and Savannah revealed that new lawyers have joined their team and that they are continuing to plan their appeal.


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