Todd Chrisley is facing another legal and financial loss while incarcerated, this time after a federal jury ruled he defamed a Georgia Department of Revenue investigator.

According to court documents, a Georgia judge ordered Todd to pay Amy Doherty-Heinze $755,000 in compensatory and punitive damages, as well as legal fees, after determining that the reality star waged a violent social media campaign against her.

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Doherty-Heinze planned to take Chrisley to court in July 2021, claiming he falsely accused her of illegally eavesdropping on a government program to obtain information on his family. Additionally, it was said that he “began a social media campaign against the GDOR and certain of its employees, contending that the investigation was illegal and improperly motivated.”

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Chrisley attempted to have the entire matter dismissed two months before Doherty-Heinze filed the lawsuit, but she claims he simply continued to defame her.

Doherty-Heinze received more than $300,000 in compensatory damages and an additional $170,000 in punitive damages… and Todd must also pay their attorney fees. So, after everything is added up, the total cost of damages is $755,000.

As you are aware, Todd is currently serving a 12-year sentence at FPC Pensacola for a variety of fraud counts, while Julie is serving a seven-year sentence at FMC Lexington in Kentucky.