'Chrisley Knows Best' stars convicted of committing fraud, tax crime

Chrisley Knows Best scholarly of their destiny toward the finish of a three-week preliminary in Atlanta on Tuesday. 

Examiners said that the previous Georgia occupants took $30 million in false bank credits 

 to subsidize their lavish way of life. Both were tracked down blameworthy on charges of bank extortion

charge misrepresentation, trick to commit bank misrepresentation and connivance to dupe the U.S.

ulie Chrisley was likewise viewed as at legitimate fault for wire extortion and impediment of equity charges

while the couple's bookkeeper Peter Tarantino was indicted on charges connected with documenting fake government forms for their benefit.

Bruce Morris, attorney for the Chrisleys, told Newsweek that he was "disappointed" in the verdict and was planning to launch an appeal of the decision.