No, Lindsay Crisley isn’t throwing a party right now.
He is not in the mood for celebration, despite what you may think.
On Tuesday, Lindsay’s father, Todd, and Lindsay’s stepmother, Julie, pleaded guilty to multiple charges of tax evasion and fraud.
They could face up to 30 years in prison.
How does Lindsay feel about this suffix?
Considering her separation from her famous father, who has anchored the USA Network reality show Crisley Nose Best since 2014?
“I know most of you are expecting to hear from me on my podcast this week because I took the time to be with my family last week,” the 32-year-old wrote in her Instagram story on Wednesday.
“The verdict is not what I expected or prayed for, and I am deeply sorry for myself, my son and my family.”
The recent history of Lindsay and Todd is quite disgusting and controversial.
In 2017, the reality star accused her daughter of leaking financial information to a private investigator, which helped create a tax evasion lawsuit against her.
In Todd and Julie’s legal scandal, Lindsay even once claimed that her father and her brother Chase blackmailed her with an alleged sex tape.
The allegation was supported by former bachelor suit suitor Robbie Hayes, who was involved in a brief affair with Lindsay – and who participated in the X-rated video, she said.
In September 2019, Hayes admitted that a “sex tape” showing him and Lindsay was “kept over my head” because the latter was married when it was recorded.
“We were blackmailed with it two years ago. I knew it existed,” Hayes added.
Todd, for his part, has always denied any role in any blackmailing scheme.
Less than a year ago, though, Lindsay spoke to Entertainment Tonight and made it clear that she did not want to do anything with her father.
“There will be no reunion,” Lindsay told the outlet on September 2 when asked where things stood between her and her well-known parents.
“I think the most important thing anyone can ask right now is to carry on with their lives as they see fit and leave the other party alone.
“But at the moment, there will be no chance of reunion. And unfortunately, I am going to respond to whatever allegations are made.”
On Wednesday, however, Lindsay sounded less bitter.
“Please pray for us during this difficult time and know that I will return when the time is right. Thank you for your continued love and support, ”he concluded in his social media message.
Todd and Julie were indicted in August 2019 when federal authorities accused them of conspiring to defraud numerous banks by providing false information when they applied for a million-dollar loan from 2007 to 2012.
They are also accused of using the money borrowed for personal gain.
The couple, who have been married since 1996, are not guilty of any financial offenses arising out of the allegations in the same month.
On June 7, Todd was convicted of bank fraud, bank fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States, and conspiracy to commit tax fraud.
Julie was convicted of bank fraud, bank fraud, conspiracy to defraud the United States, and conspiracy to commit tax fraud.
He was also charged with wire fraud and obstruction of justice.
The couple plans to appeal the verdict, but their sentence will be announced on October 8.
Julie’s lawyer Steve Friedberg told Fox News Digital on Wednesday that “Chrysler is devastated and disappointed by the verdict; however, they will actively appeal.”
“They are grateful for the love and support they have received from their family, friends and fans.
“They are firmly rooted in their faith and are deeply concerned for the welfare of Todd’s mother, Elizabeth Faye Crisley, as well as their children.
“They are determined to continue the ‘fight’ until justice is done and they are released.”