Reality television stars are having a run of bad luck. Real Housewife Erika Jayne is, so far, merely fighting civil lawsuits related to allegations of fraud, while SLC Housewife Jen Shah is staring down a six and a half year sentence for bilking seniors in a telemarketing scam, but the troubles aren’t confined to the Bravo universe. Over on the USA Network, Todd and Julie Chrisley have now been convicted of a sprawling financial scam and tax evasion plot – but if you know how Todd’s first marriage and divorce went, you might not be entirely surprised by what he’s capable of attempting.
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