Todd And Julie Chrisley Want One Last Glimpse Of Limelight Before Going To Prison, Tell Son To Do Tell-All Interview

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Todd and Julie Chrisley are seeking one last moment in the spotlight with a tell-all interview with their son, before they are due to begin federal prison sentences for tax evasion.

The couple will report to prison Jan. 17 after being convicted of bank fraud and tax evasion in June, but they’re making sure their story is heard first, according to ENews. The Chrisleys revealed that their son Chase will interview them about the family’s legal battle, adding that “nothing is off-limits.”

Todd and Chase spoke about the upcoming interview during the Dec. 29 episode of the “Chrisley Confessions” podcast.

“I am looking forward to that interview, not because it’s going to be a softball interview,” Todd said to Chase.

“You have said, ‘Am I allowed to ask all of the hard questions?’ And I said, ‘You can ask me anything. I am your daddy.'”

Todd is also allowing fans to submit questions for a Q&A period that will form part of the interview, according to ENews.(RELATED: Shakira Calls Tax Fraud Allegations A ‘Salacious Press Campaign’)

The reality television star says other people that have interviewed him have danced around questions that may be “uncomfortable,” saying,  “No, we’re good with the truth. The truth is not uncomfortable for us.”

Todd and Julie were sentenced to 12 and seven years respectively on Nov. 21 after being found guilty in June.

Todd will serve his sentence at the Federal Prison Camp in Pensacola, Florida, and Julie will report to the Federal Correctional Institution in Marianna, Florida.