We give an update. Grayson Chrisley says after being injured in a car accident last month.
“I’m fine. The truck is not okay, but I’m fine. … But it was bad, it was very bad,” said the 16-year-old Chrisley knows best personality told his sister Savannah Chrisley on Tuesday, December 6th, on her Unlocked podcast.
The teenager added that when he posted a photo from the gym shortly after the accident, he was surprised at how many messages he received of concern.
“Do you know how many private messages I’ve received like, ‘Surprised you’re not in the hospital yet?’ I’m like, “I was there for about four hours,” he said.
Savannah, 25, previously spoke about the accident during the November episode of her podcast.
“He was on the Interstate. I think another car was, like, moving in and out of traffic. I think everyone in this situation just overdid it because of this car, ”the founder of Sassy By Savannah explained at the time. “His car has been wrecked. It was bad.”
Grayson’s accident happened just a few days before his parents, Todd Chrisley as well as Julie Chrisley, were sentenced to 12 and seven years in prison respectively for fraud. The reality TV stars, who also have to serve 16 months of probation, were first charged with multiple counts of bank and telegraph fraud in August 2019. Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, pleaded not guilty during their trial, which began in May. .
The couple reacted to the verdict during the November edition of the Chrisley Confessions podcast.
“Yesterday doesn’t matter. Today this is what we have. Tomorrow belongs to God because tomorrow is not promised to us,” Todd said at the time. “Through what God calls us, He will guide us.”
The family matriarch echoed her husband’s feelings, saying, “God will call you to something and he is equipping you for it. He will give you what you need for this. The difficulties that I go through, how I deal with it – [my kids are] I also watch this. If I do it right they watch, if I screw up they watch and so as a parent I want to make sure I’m doing it right and not wrong because I know what they’re watching and I know that it will prepare them for the hardships they will unfortunately have later in life.”
With a verdict just around the corner during an accident on the horizon, Grayson was worried about adding to his family’s problems.
“The first thing he said [after the wreck] was: “It was the last thing everyone needed,” Savannah recalled on Unlocked last month. “Dad is like, ‘Grayson, you’re alive, you’re safe, what difference does it make? It’s a car, that’s what insurance is for. You’re alive and you’re safe and you’re fine.”
During an episode of the podcast that aired shortly before her parents received their sentences, the Georgia native shared that she would be Grayson and her niece Chloe’s guardian while the USA Network stars were in jail.
“[I’m] trying to navigate how you teach two younger children who are not yet fully developed and … make them understand the circumstances,” she said. “It’s a very, very difficult thing.”
Although Savannah didn’t go into detail about her parents’ legal issues during her interview Tuesday with her little brother, she did share thoughts of compassion for them.
“We must also learn [that] just because our parents are our parents, [it] doesn’t make them superheroes,” she said. “This does not mean that they will do everything 110 percent. They are going to mess up. They are still people. They make mistakes.”
Grayson, for his part, has been candid about not being interested in watching their family dynamic unfold on Chrisley knows Best.
“I don’t think it’s interesting. I mean, I don’t like it, but apparently people do… I didn’t even watch myself on TV,” he shared.
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