Todd and Julie Crisley Speaking for the first time since being convicted of fraud and tax evasion.
Although “not allowed” to discuss the case in depth, the couple wanted the audience to know that “this is a very sad, heartbreaking time for our family right now”.
“But we are still steadfast in our faith and we believe that God does what he does best because God works wonderfully,” Todd said.
“We are alive and kicking and we appreciate all the support we have received from everyone.”
On June 7, Todd and Julie were convicted of bank fraud and tax evasion in an Atlanta court.
The The couple was first charged in August 2019. And a new indictment was filed in February. The couple has faced 12 counts of bank and wire fraud, tax evasion and conspiracy over a nine-year period.
They denied all the allegations.
Todd was convicted Bank fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraudUnited States and tax evasion fraud conspiracy.
Julie has been convicted of bank fraud, bank fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States and tax fraud. She has also been charged with wire fraud and obstruction of justice.
Savannah, the daughter of Todd and Julie, recently took to Instagram in support of her parents.
“I stand by my family and continue to fight for justice. Do justice to ourselves and others that the system has failed. (I can legally comment at this point.)” She wrote along with her pictures. Parents.
“Recently, I was disappointed by God, My merciless prayers were not heard. But I believe that He will strengthen us in every hardship and hardship we face and prepare us for even greater benefit.
“So I put my trust in our Lord and Savior … I pray for strength, hope and love. Thank you to all who stood by us. This fight is not over.”
Tracy Wright and Janelle Ash of Fox News contributed to the report.