Savannah Chrisley spoke out again about her parents' prison conditions.
Todd and Julie Chrisley are currently serving a combined 19-year sentence on charges related to fraud.
Savannah said that her father's facility restricted ice access for inmates.
Savannah Chrisley said that her parents, former reality-television stars Todd and Julie Chrisley, are being held in "inhumane" conditions as they serve out their combined 19-year prison sentence.
In a video interview published by the Daily Mail, Savannah answered questions about her parents' condition, which she has spoken about extensively in the past. She said that prison leadership at both facilities was "corrupt," and that it shouldn't take celebrity names like her parents' to draw attention to prison conditions.
"Being in conditions to where it's a hundred degrees inside and having no air conditioning, and the prisons padlocking the ice machines just to retaliate against the inmates," Savannah told a reporter when asked about the worst conditions her parents faced, alleging that the ice machine had specifically been restricted at her father's facility, the federal prison camp in Pensacola.
Todd and Julie Chrisley, who rocketed to fame through their reality series "Chrisley Knows Best," reported to the Bureau of Prisons in January to serve out their combined 19-year fraud sentences. In June 2022, the couple was convicted on charges related to a conspiracy to defraud banks and hide money from the IRS, Insider previously reported.
Todd is serving out his 12-year sentence at the camp in Pensacola, while Julie is serving out her 7-year sentence at FMC Lexington, which Insider previously reported is a federal medical center with an adjacent minimum security facility.
Savannah previously spoke out about her parents' prison conditions in a July episode of her podcast "Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley." During the episode, she and her brother Chase said that the prisons where her parents were being held had black mold and asbestos, and that there were snakes "slithering on the floor" at Julie's facility. At the time, Chase alleged that both of the prisons didn't have air conditioning.
In the video published by the Daily Mail, Savannah said that her parents were passing the time reading and writing, documenting what was happening to them. She also alleged that the prisons were holding her parents' mail, and hypothesized that it would be difficult to get cameras in the facilities in order for her parents to appear on her new reality series.
"There's already retaliation happening because of how I'm exposing things," she said.
When reached for comment via email, representatives for FPC Pensacola and FMC Lexington, where Todd and Julie are being held, respectively, provided identical statements. Representatives told Insider that the Federal Bureau of Prisons "does not discuss specific security practices or internal procedures," saying that it also does not discuss "potential allegations of employee misconduct" nor confirm any potential investigations or disciplinary actions due to safety, security, and privacy concerns.
"The FBOP takes seriously our ability to protect and secure individuals in our custody while ensuring the safety of our employees and the surrounding community," the representatives said. "We make every effort to create a controlled environment within our facilities that is both secure and humane, prioritizing the physical and emotional well-being of those in our care and custody."
A representative for FMC Kentucky previously told Insider in February that "for privacy, safety, and security reasons, we do not release information on the conditions of confinement for any inmate or group of inmates."
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