Todd Chrisley‘s first Thanksgiving in prison won’t be too much of a drag. While the reality star-turned-inmate “feels bad” he won’t be with his family for the upcoming holiday, RadarOnline.com can reveal he’ll have plenty of things to do while behind bars on Turkey Day.
We’ve obtained FPC Pensacola’s menu and activity list for November 23. Unlike his wife Julie Chrisley‘s prison, we’re told that a traditional meal isn’t on the Florida facility’s menu — but the pastime options are out of this world.
A spokesperson for the prison told RadarOnline.com that Todd and his inmate pals will be able to participate in “one-pitch softball” and “volleyball.” If sports aren’t the Chrisley Knows Best star’s specialty, he can play “small hand games,” like “checkers, chess, and card games” to celebrate Thanksgiving.
As of Monday, FPC Pensacola planned to follow the Federal Bureau of Prisons national meal menu — but the spokesperson revealed that there could be a last-minute switch to an “approved holiday meal,” such as “turkey, ham, or soy meat substitutes, as well as the approved trimmings, i.e., mashed potatoes, gravy, and dressing, plus dessert.”
While this will be Todd and Julie’s first Thanksgiving behind bars, there’s a possibility it could also be their last. The reality TV couple’s appeal motion is headed to court. According to documents obtained by this outlet, the hearing is set to take place during the week of March 25, 2024, in which their attorney will argue their sentences.
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Todd and Julie started their prison sentences in January at two separate facilities. He was shipped to Florida while she went to Kentucky. Despite the distance, RadarOnline.com was told Todd and Julie’s marriage is solid, and there is no truth to the rumors they are headed toward divorce.
“Tragedy and pain, suffering and hardship, have a way of binding people together in ways that triumph and victory are unable to achieve. There is something about experiencing painful and difficult times together that just has a way of forging a bond that is unbreakable,” their attorney told us in October.