(CNN)Fact TV stars Todd and Julie Chrisley were indicted on Tuesday by a expedient jury on tax evasion charges by the Northern District of Georgia.
The 12-count indictment, bought by CNN, moreover alleges the Chrisleys committed bank fraud and wire fraud conspiracy, amongst numerous offenses.
The married couple are stars of the United States Network truth series “Chrisley Is aware of Finest,” which follows their family’s over-the-high everyday life and actions.
Earlier than the indictment was issued, Todd Chrisley took to Instagram to express the claims, implying the charges are in step with proof introduced to investigators by a disgruntled ragged employee.
He alleged this employee, whom he did not title, was stealing from the family, created fraudulent paperwork, forged their signatures and bugged their home. Chrisley said it be the employee’s 2nd try to salvage the family charged and known because it an act of retaliation.
“I’m telling you all this now because we have not got something to conceal and devour performed nothing to be ashamed of,” he wrote on Instagram. “No longer handiest attain everyone is aware of we’ve performed nothing atrocious, but we’ve bought a ton of exhausting proof and a bunch of corroborating witnesses that proves it.”
“Chrisley Is aware of Finest” has aired on the United States Network since 2014 for a total of seven seasons.
A run-off, “Rising up Chrisley,” which focuses on kids Plug and Savannah, premiered in April.
CNN’s Chuck Johnston contributed to this story.