Grayson’s dad, Todd Chrisley, is looking out for him.

Todd, 53, and his wife, Julie, 49, have just been found guilty of tax evasion and bank fraud. They are now talking about how they helped their family deal with the situation.

In a recent podcast episode of the couple’s show Chrisley Confessions, Todd said that it’s hard for their 16-year-old son to stop thinking about the hate they’re getting on social media and instead focus on good things.


Todd said, “Grayson is the nicest child and has the softest heart.” “When you have a sensitive person like Grayson in a world like the one we live in now, you have to be very careful around them. Because the rest of the world doesn’t care if he’s hurt.”

The star of Chrisley Knows Best then told Grayson what he told him: “You realise that you’re letting a comment from someone you’ll never meet affect your day, your mood, your sense of self-worth, and who your family is.” He continued, “I told him, ‘If you would spend as much time listening to God as you do to this message from someone with two followers and a cat as their emoji,'”

Also, Julie said, “What other people think of you shouldn’t matter. You have to know who you are deep down inside. Who you are as a person, what kind of spouse, friend, parent, or child you are.”

This isn’t the first time that the couple has talked about their beliefs on their podcast. In a recent episode, they thanked their fans for all the love they had shown them.

“I want you all to know that the messages we’re getting, the mail we’re getting, the gifts people leave at our doors, like flower arrangements, are all very much appreciated. All of this stuff is just too much “Todd said.

The Chrisley Knows Best star made sure to say that the fans’ kindness is “very much appreciated” before asking them to hold off on sending physical items.

“We don’t want you sending us flowers,” Todd added. “We don’t want you to buy things like that with your money. You know, we don’t need the gifts and other things like that.”


Instead, Todd told his fans to pray to God for help. “Really, prayer is the best gift you can give us. Our family is all doing as well as can be expected during this storm.”

Todd also said that, based on their strength, they’ll “keep our heads up and keep moving forward. Right now, things are kind of like that.”

Todd made it clear that the family has received “tens of thousands of messages” on social media and elsewhere.


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