Over the past year, Chase Chrisley’s life has been a rollercoaster of ups and downs. First, the “Chrisley Knows Best” reality TV star proposed to Emmy Medders in October after dating her for three years.
They discussed about getting married in Charleston, South Carolina, after he proposed there in Nashville’s First Horizon Baseball Stadium.
After being found guilty of fraud, tax evasion, and conspiracy to defraud the United States by a federal jury in Atlanta, Georgia, Chase Chrisley’s parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley, started serving their prison terms three months later, in January 2023. Julie is incarcerated for seven years while Todd is in jail for twelve.
We understand that planning a wedding with your parents incarcerated would be challenging, but the wedding plans have abruptly been put on hold. According to the couple’s statement, Chase and Emmy’s nine-month engagement is over.
“Everyone has been asking a lot of questions regarding Emmy and myself,” Chase said in an Instagram story. We both decided to go our separate ways and lead independent lives. We appreciate your consideration for our privacy.
The former couple appears to have tried to remove one another from their own Instagram accounts. Posts announcing their engagement and any images of them together have been taken down.
Adam Ambrose, Chase’s agent, said that the couple ended their relationship simply because they both agreed that things weren’t working out and they should move on. Other information hasn’t been made available yet.
While her parents are in jail, Savannah Chrisley, Chase’s sister, gets care of her younger brother Grayson and her cousin Chloe.
Are you shocked that Chase and Emmy split up? Do you believe the sentences given to Todd and Julie had anything to do with it?