Spending the better part of the next decade behind bars will be challenging, regardless of how cushy and comfortable the facility. Undoubtedly one of the hardest things for the Chrisleys will be the splitting up of their family. While the Chrisley clan may not always see eye to eye, watching “Chrisley Knows Best” and “Growing Up Chrisley” proves that at the end of the day, the gang shares a close bond.
While they may not be able to flit in and out of one another’s orbits as they do now, there will be plenty of opportunity for them to see one another. The Los Angeles Times reported that when Judge Eleanor Ross sentenced Todd and Julie Chrisley to prison, she stipulated that they must be placed in facilities close enough to one another that their children could feasibly visit them both in one day. Weekends, it seems, will be the time to do that. FCP Pensacola allows inmates to receive visits on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, and FCI Marianna is open to outsiders Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays. Unfortunately, the entire clan won’t be able to come at once, as each facility only allows five visitors at a time.
What about Todd and Julie, you may be asking? They obviously won’t be able to physically see one another, but a Bureau of Prisons representative told Life & Style they’ll certainly be able to communicate as they are “a member of the immediate family [and] a party or witness in a legal action in which both inmates are involved.”