Jason Aldean Is Helping the Chrisleys Amid Parents’ Prison Sentence

As Todd and Julie Chrisley, continue to serve out their prison sentence, Savannah Chrisley found support in an unlikely place: from country star Jason Aldean and his wife Brittany.

In the months since the family’s matriarch and patriarch were convicted of tax evasion and bank fraud, the 26-year-old reality TV star has been outspoken about adjusting to her new role as a caregiver and the alleged mistreatment of the pair while behind bars. Now, she’s opening up about how the Aldeans–who have faced their own fair share of controversy–have stepped up in her family’s time of need, especially regarding her younger brother, Grayson.

“Jason has been just so great to Grayson and has checked in on him,” she shared on the Tuesday, Dec. 5, episode of her Unlocked podcast.

She went on, calling the country couple “a good solid force” for her 17-year-old brother.

Brittany’s efforts earned her high praise, as Savannah suggested, she is “one of the greatest people on Earth” who has been “absolutely amazing to me and my family.”

“Brittany has been just unwavering love and support from the very beginning,” she added, “both of them.”Jason and Brittany’s supportive behavior hasn’t ended with her brother, as Savannah went on to describe how the pair has been a source of “love” for the entire group, going as far as inviting Savannah and the rest of her siblings to their home in Turks and Caicos after learning they didn’t have a plan to celebrate what would have been the first Thanksgiving holiday without their parents.

“She goes, ‘Well, no, go to our house in Turks,’” Savannah recalled. “So she and her husband graciously opened up their home to us, and it just reminded me what awesome people I have in my life and people that just love on us and they see tough times.”

“To see the people around me that have loved us and cared about us, it made me realize that family isn’t just blood,” Savannah went on, “You can have a family that you weren’t born into. And for me, those are friends. Those are friends who show up like family show up. And for that, I’m so grateful.”



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