BREAKING NEWS: Julie Chrisley treated ‘worse than prison service dogs,’

Savannah Chrisley is speaking out against the “corrupt prison system”

Savannah has updated the public on her parent’s prison life via a new episode of her unfiltered podcast, “Unlocked.” In it, she says that people don’t realize “how corrupt the system is,” referring to the federal prison system, that is, until they’ve been impacted by it personally.

Savannah says the prison dogs are more comfortable than her mother

Savannah has stated that the prison service animals at FMC Lexington have better living conditions than her mother, Julie Chrisley, who has served over one month of her 7-year sentence at the facility.

The service animals have heat and air conditioning

Savannah continued, “My Mom is in a facility that has no air, but yet there are service dogs for the prison that are in a heated and cooled building because it’s inhumane for them [the dogs] not to have air.”

Savannah has done some research

She continued in her podcast that Biden had signed an executive order stating: “all federal inmates must be housed in environmentally friendly facilities.” reports that FMC Lexington is an ACA-accredited federal facility.

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