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Julie Chrisley is in the same prison as ‘Cheer’ star Jerry Harris
It’s as star-studded as a prison.
Despite only reporting to prison a few days ago, Julie Chrisley has already rubbed shoulders with some big names.
According to TMZThe “Chrisley Knows Best” star is serving his sentence at Commonwealth Medical Center in Lexington, Kentucky — the same prison where Netflix “Cheer” star Jerry Harris was held last August.
A former cheerleader has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for a sex crime involving a minor. He was also ordered to register as a sex offender.
The wildly popular Netflix show follows the Navarro College cheerleaders’ journey to the game, and even He mentioned Harris was arrested in season two.
Meanwhile, Chrisley and her husband, Todd Chrisley, were sentenced in November to 19 years in prison for fraud and tax evasion.
The portal informed that male and female prisoners are held in separate areas of the prison but can meet in the courtyard when appropriate.
Harris’ attorney Todd Pugh, say TMZ Ex-cheerleader Navarro ‘doing a great job for those in prison’
Harris “has adjusted to life in custody and is participating in all available self-improvement programs,” Pugh added.
Harris, 23, was also ordered to attend a mental health treatment program and take prescription drugs.
He was arrested in September 2020 after the FBI raided his Naperville, Illinois home and charged him with producing child pornography. Harris also allegedly solicited underage sex at cheerleading competitions and forced teenage boys to send him inappropriate photos.
In February 2022, he pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy and paying another 17-year-old boy to send him pornographic photos and videos.
In my case, Chrisleys Sentenced to a total of 19 years in prison for fraud and tax evasion.
Prosecutors accused them of being “professional fraudsters who made their living jumping from one scam to another, lying to banks, extorting salespeople and evading taxes at every turn.”
Ahead of reporting to their prisons this week, the reality star inmates said they “hoped” and “believed” that their appeal would be successful.