Break the sides. Alex Willoughby, ex-girlfriend of Todd Creeley and ex-wife of Julie Creeley and Kyle Creeley, weighs in on Chrisley Knox superstar ‘s prison sentence.
“Because of their complete lack of accountability, their punishment was light,” the entrepreneur told Hollywood Life on Friday, December 2 “They thought they would probably pass.”
Alex said he thought Todd, 53, and his wife, 49, “knew what they were doing”.
“The jury saw evidence that they knew what they were doing was wrong,” he added. “They lied to get credit. They lied to everyone about their wealth. They’re a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde. … Todd and Julie were very upset as to why they were doing it.
Todd and Julie were sentenced to 12 and 7 years in prison, respectively, after pleading guilty to tax fraud, In Touch confirmed Nov. 21. The pair previously pleaded guilty to all charges in June and face up to 30 years in prison if the maximum sentence is imposed.
Alex and Kyle were first married in 2011. This was in April 2014. However, Alex told the newspaper that Todd had been removed as Kyle’s adult guardian, adding that the real estate mogul was “angry” about their marriage. . The couple remarried in 2014 after Kyle changed custody of Todd, Alex said. However, they finally got divorced in 2018.
“He was fine with us, but he was totally against us getting married and making something permanent,” Alex said. “Based on what Kyle told me, it makes me think Todd doesn’t want Kyle to date a black woman.”
Kyle was previously married to his ex-wife Angela Johnson . This year they welcomed daughter Chloe in April 2012, but later split. In April 2021, he married his current wife Ashley Nelson . Over the years, Kyle has struggled with drug addiction. Her departure from the Chrisley family caused a rift within the former reality TV team. Kyle lost custody of his daughter Chloe.
“My mom (Julie) and my dad raised me,” Kyle wrote on Facebook in August of that year. “I wasn’t the best dad to Chloe, I had a drug problem, I was a complete wreck and he supported me through it all. I went to my dad nine months ago to apologize. I still love you and he’s forgiven and just like that. , she’s been welcomed into her life with open arms. I’m forever grateful for her love [and] her kindness.”
A month later, Todd – who shares his first child with his first wife, Teresa Terry – moved in with Kyle after attempting suicide. A few days ago, Kyle and his father spoke about his hospitalization on the “Chrisley Confessions” podcast.
“I was taking medication and I had a really bad side effect and I tried to kill myself,” Kyle explained, adding that “suicidal tendencies” are a side effect of the medication. Despite his struggles, Chase Chrisley and Savannah Criley told Inch in August 2021 that their half-brother is “humble” and “doing great.”
After her parents were sentenced to prison on Nov. 21, Kyle shared a Bible verse via Instagram Stories.
“Judge not, lest ye also be judged; “When you judge others, you will be judged and you will be judged by the standards by which you judge yourself.” “Who sees the twinkle in your brother’s eye and does not consider the beam in your own eye?
If you or someone you know has a substance abuse problem, contact the National Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) helpline at 1-800-662- HELP (4357) .