This year, Lindsie Chrisley has reported on disgraced father Todd Chrisley’s time in prison.
As we all know, they have had some extremely famous ups and downs.
But with her parents incarcerated, Lindsie and her siblings have been vocal about supporting them.
Which is exactly why she has no intention of participating in an upcoming documentary about Todd and Julie Chrisley.
Lindsie Chrisley recently spoke about her podcast decision on the Southern Tea with Lindsie Chrisley podcast.
We’ll explain the documentary topic momentarily.
First, there’s Lindsie’s reasoning behind not participating in it. Namely? Because her parents really cannot.
Because Todd and Julie Chrisley cannot defend themselves in a documentary (for multiple reasons) while in prison, she doesn’t feel that it’s fair.
“I just decided that I’m not going to participate in something that one,” Lindsie explained.
She fully admitted that “I don’t even know what the heck’s going on.”
Puzzled, Lindsie openly mused: “What could they possibly document that would even be relevant that anyone doesn’t already know?”
Obviously, we do not really knwo the answer to that.
It is also unclear what Lindsie believes that her incarcerated parents could contribute to such a documentary. If everyone knows everything, that is.
“[It’s] not really worth my time and also not fair to people…” Lindsie then accused.
According to her, “they would be documenting about people who can’t potentially defend themselves.”
Lindsie said that this would be a problem “in the event that they would need to defend themselves.”
Lindsie had also spoken about this on social media. Last week, on Instagram, she touched upon the topic with followers.
At the time, she said that she wanted to “address a rumor floating around about a possible documentary” about her infamous family.
Lindsie confirmed that “some family was approached to participate” in the upcoming project.
However, she clarified that she had no intention in participating.
“I respectfully declined and do not plan to participate in any project that doesn’t allow for everyone’s voice to be heard,” she explained.
“We all have a story,” Lindsie stated. “There’s always multiple sides, and the truth lies somewhere in the middle.”
“Lots of hard conversations and personal life decisions have happened this summer,” she vaguely told her fans.
“I’ve learned to sit quietly with God instead of trying to figure everything out on my own,” Lindsie went on. This is a reference to her Christian beliefs.
“He takes my anxiety and replaces it with peace, wisdom and security,” she went on. “I trust in him.”