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Todd Chrisley’s mom losing home to foreclosure: Grandma Faye in trouble

"Chrisley Knows Best"
"Chrisley Knows Best"
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Todd Chrisley’s legal problems are now affecting his mother, and she is in danger of losing her home. Radar Online reports on Tuesday that Grandma Faye is in serious trouble because of her son. She has appeared on the family’s reality show, “Chrisley Knows Best,” but she has given no indication that she is facing foreclosure.

Chrisley is involved in a complicated bankruptcy case that has dragged on for months, but his mother has not been part of it up to this point. Now, the court has given the banks permission to go after her home, and foreclosure is a strong possibility. Todd defaulted on the home’s mortgage, and his large debts seem to have prevented him from trying to save his mom’s house.

Grandma Faye may be able to move into her son’s house, but it is not clear how much longer the Chrisley family will be able to keep the other mansion. Todd has more than $40 million in debt, and the lavish lifestyle seen on the reality show contrasts greatly with his bankruptcy filing claims. Kyle, Todd’s son, is also in danger of not having a place to live because he has been relying on Grandma Faye’s house.

Todd is not publicly responding to the foreclosure rumors, and his Twitter account continues to be filled with positive messages about the show. The Chrisley family has managed to avoid discussing its money and legal problems on the reality program, but it cannot hide them from the media. Grandma Faye has been a popular part of the show, so fans are concerned about her future.

“Chrisley Knows Best” has been renewed for a second season, but it is not clear how much the family is earning from the program. It may not be enough to save the home of Todd’s mother or help her purchase a new one. Grandma Faye may be forced to search for retirement communities in Georgia.