While the Chrisley family lives a lavish lifestyle on TV, some are raising their eyebrows at the family's personal life after it a huge snag.
Multi-millionaire Todd Chrisley, the father of the reality TV show, Chrisley Knows Best, filed for bankruptcy recently. But since then, the ins and outs of the family's personal lives have been aired on the USA reality series for millions to see; exposing their extreme spending habits. This of course makes the trustee involved in the case, Jason L. Pettie, suspicious of the claims Chrisley made his bankruptcy filing.
Now, Pettie has gone as far as asking a judge to make AOL and Google hand over each and every content of Chrisley's email accounts to prove whether he is tucking away assets and not reporting them.
Documents Pettie filed on March 27 have been obtained by Radar Online. One reads he is asking for "an order directing AOL to produce and make available for inspection and copying all documents, records, and tangible things" from Chrisley's two AOL email addresses. This includes "a log of emails sent to or from the Account, showing relevant e-mail addresses, date, time, etc"
Pettie did note that he doesn't want to read the emails, just the subject lines.
If the judge grants Pettie his reqeust, AOL will have until April 22 before 10:30am to turn them over.
Petttie became suspicious of Chrisley's bankruptcy case after he claimed he only had $600 worth of clothing in his wardrobe. But on the show, he stated it's not uncommon for he and his wife Julie to spend several hundred thousand dollars every year on their wardrobes. Pettie even called Saks Fifth Avenue and Louis Vuitton to research the Chisley's spending habits and found that their wardrobe is worth way more than $600.