Inside Todd Chrisley’s VERY strict prison schedule at FPC Pensacola

Reality star Todd Chrisley’s upcoming life behind bars is due to be a far cry from the high-flying multi-million dollar lifestyle that landed him there in the first place.

On January 17, Chrisley is due to begin his 12-year sentence at FPC Pensacola, a minimum security prison in Florida long known for being one of the cushiest prisons in the country.

But despite his reputation, the disgraced Chrisley Knows Best star will still be forced to live within a strict schedule that will see him waking at 4:45am daily, making up his bed with military precision, and working a prison job all morning and into the afternoon.

Chrisley, 53, and his wife Julie, 49, are currently facing prison terms of 12 and seven years respectively, having been found guilty of tax evasion and multiple fraudulent loan claims totaling $30million.

Reality star Todd Chrisley's upcoming life behind bars is due to be a far cry from the high-flying multi-million dollar lifestyle that landed him there in the first place

Reality star Todd Chrisley’s upcoming life behind bars is due to be a far cry from the high-flying multi-million dollar lifestyle that landed him there in the first place

On January 17 Chrisley is due to begin his 12-year sentence at FPC Pensacola, a minimum-security prison in Florida long known for being one of the cushiest prisons in the country

On January 17 Chrisley is due to begin his 12-year sentence at FPC Pensacola, a minimum-security prison in Florida long known for being one of the cushiest prisons in the country

At FPC, Chrisley will be required to wear a uniform of white socks, black steel-toed boots, and matching green pants and shirts, according to documents obtained by TMZ.

After lights flip on at the crack of dawn, breakfast is served between 5am and 6am.

Chrisley will then have until 6:30am to make up his bed and ensure that his cell is spotless.

From there his work detail – which could consist of library work, landscaping work, or prison housekeeping work – will begin and carry through as late as 5pm.

The layout of the FPC Pensacola campus in Florida

The layout of the FPC Pensacola campus in Florida

FPC Pensacola prison seen from above, Chrisley is set to serve 12 years in the facility

FPC Pensacola prison seen from above, Chrisley is set to serve 12 years in the facility

Inmates are served lunch at 11am, dinner for an hour at 4:30pm, and then mail distribution until inmates are sent back to their cells and lights go down at 10:30pm.

Chrisley will be able to participate in team sports like basketball, softball, volleyball and soccer, or weight training.

There are also activities like woodworking, arts and crafts, academic classes, and arts and crafts.

The star will be allowed up to five visitors at time during evening visiting hours on Fridays, and during the day on weekends.

Julie Chrisley, 49, and her husband Todd, 53, were sentenced to seven and 12 years in prison respectively - months after they were found guilty in their $30million tax fraud case.

Julie Chrisley, 49, and her husband Todd, 53, were sentenced to seven and 12 years in prison respectively – months after they were found guilty in their $30million tax fraud case.

Court sketches show the duo as they were handed their respective sentences for fraud

Court sketches show the duo as they were handed their respective sentences for fraud

The couple was sentenced in Atlanta on last month to a combined total of 19 years in jail, five months after they were convicted. Todd and Julie will also serve 16 months of probation each upon their release.

Prosecutors said the couple used their illegally obtained wealth to fund their lifestyle, even before they had become reality stars. Todd and Julia also used a production company to hide income from the IRS, lawyers argued.

During the dramatic trial earlier this year, a shocking testimony given by Chrisley’s former employee-turned-lover Mark Braddock revealed that he had a year-long gay affair with the reality star in the early 2000s – while they were both married to their respective wives .

Braddock sensationally turned against his ex-lover and business partner on the stand when he told the jury that he had not only been witness to the Chrisleys’ crimes, but had helped to commit them.

His testimony also saw him confessing not only to his role in the Chrisleys’ years-long fraud, but to his infidelity, which he is said to have kept hidden from his wife for years before revealing it all to the world on the stand. Braddock was granted immunity in return for testing.

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