Todd and Julie Chrisley’s Life in Prison

Todd and Julie Chrisley’s Life in Prison: After being found guilty of bank and tax fraud last year, reality TV stars Todd and Julie Chrisley started their prison terms on Tuesday, January 17.

As was said before, Todd will serve his 12-year sentence at FPC Pensacola, a minimum security prison camp in Florida, where he will be kept under close watch. Julie, on the other hand, was supposed to go to prison at the Federal Correctional Institution in Marianna, Florida, but she is now starting her seven-year sentence at the Federal Medical Center Lexington in Lexington, Kentucky.

On Friday nights and during the day on the weekend, Todd can have up to five people over at once.

On the other hand, Julie will be open to visitors on Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 2:25 pm to 8:30 pm, and on weekends from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm.

What a Normal Day Looks Like for Todd?

The wake-up call at FPC Pensacola is at 4:45 a.m., so Todd needs to get up bright and early to make his bed and clean his cell. Then, between 5 and 6 a.m., breakfast is served, and Todd eats with the other people in prison.

Prisoners at FPC Pensacola only spend part of the day in their cells because they have work to do in the mornings and afternoons. Todd could be hired to do many things, like work in the library, landscaping, housekeeping, laundry, etc.

Lunch is served at 11 a.m., and dinner is served from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. for an hour.

Before 10 p.m., Todd can read, watch TV, play games, or watch movie nights with the other inmates.

FPC Pensacola also has sports like soccer, softball, and basketball that can be played outside. There are also racquetball courts, a gym, and a track.

Todd can also go to school or learn skills like woodworking while in jail.

What a Normal Day Looks Like for Julie?

The alarm goes off at 6 am at FMC Lexington, a prison for women. Like Todd, Julie has to make her bed and keep her cell clean.

Julie works at her prison job, usually fixing things for new inmates after breakfast. This could include a place to get food or select items. There are also jobs in factories run by Federal Prison Industries. “Inmates with large court-ordered financial obligations” are often put to work in these factories.

She will also have to attend an A&O program (Admission and Orientation) within 28 days of her arrival.

Julie gets a prison uniform: a khaki shirt, pants, and sneakers. Only a plain wedding band and a religious chain are allowed.

A standard National Menu serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This menu has heart-healthy, non-pork, and no-meat options and items approved based on traditional recipes and product specifications.

Julie has access to arts, crafts, literature, sports, and other programs that help her learn and get a job.

She also has a budget of up to $360 per month for the commissary, where she can buy things like MP3 players and headphones, as well as things for personal hygiene and fun.

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