Channel 2 Action News in Atlanta was the first to uncover that Todd Chrisley was not paying taxes to the State of Georgia. In the process, Todd Chrisley responded by defaming the female journalist who broke the story attacking her looks and her credentials.
On tonight’s six o’clock news, a reporter stated that Todd Chrisley and his wife Julie are on the hook for almost $800,000 in unpaid state taxes. That is just for the 2009 tax year. the couple. the Georgia Department of Revenue has filed $770,990.78 worth of liens against Todd Chrisley and his wife, Julie. Todd Chrisley owes $292,893.60 and his Julie Chrisley owes $415,097.18. Looks to me like a whole lot of income was put in Julie’s name. Does she have a business or another job other than being on the show?
The news broadcast played an interview with Kyle who said that even when Todd is caught in a lie, he will never admit it. He also stated that they were never residents of Florida, an excuse that Todd uses to explain his lack of paying Georgia taxes. When I posted about Kyle’s testimony regarding his residency, I was amazed at the commenters who felt Kyle was some sort of traitor for “testifying against his father.”
Todd seems to forget he is on a TV show where they live in Fulton County where his children attended school. This is Teresa Giudice at the front door with $100,000 in cash levels of stupid.It’s plain as day they were Georgia residents. Back in 2013, Julie, stated in a videotaped deposition, under oath, neither she nor her husband lived in Florida during a bankruptcy proceeding. Bankruptcy proceeding? This is more and more Giudice by the minute!
Kyle said that the reason his father evaded taxes was because, “When you grow up not having money, and then when you finally get some, I don’t think you want to give it to anyone. I’d like to see him held accountable.” Kyle says his dad sticks to a lie no matter what. “He will swear he was a Florida resident up until he goes to jail.”
Georgia has up to seven years to collect lien debt, and if it’s not paid, a tax lien can renewed for another seven years.