Chase Chrisley’s life has been a rollercoaster of ups and downs over the last year. First, in October, the reality TV star from “Chrisley Knows Best” proposed to his three-year girlfriend, Emmy Medders. He proposed in Nashville’s First Horizon Baseball Stadium, and the couple said that they were considering getting married in Charleston, South Carolina.
Chase’s parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley began serving their prison sentences three months later, in January 2023, after a federal jury in Atlanta, Georgia, convicted the couple guilty of fraud, tax evasion, and conspiracy to defraud the United States. Todd is serving a 12-year jail sentence, while Julie is serving a seven-year sentence.
We can see that arranging a wedding would be difficult with your parents locked away, but the wedding arrangements have suddenly come to a halt. Chase and Emmy’s nine-month engagement has ended, according to the couple’s official statement.
Chase revealed in an Instagram story, “Everyone has been asking a lot of questions regarding Emmy and myself. We both resolved to split up and live our lives independently. Thank you for being considerate of our privacy.”
The ex-couple appears to have also attempted to delete one other from their personal Instagram profiles. Posts about their engagement, as well as any photos of them together, have been deleted.
According to Chase’s representative, Adam Ambrose, the couple decided to end their relationship simply because things weren’t working out between them and they mutually decided to move on. So far, no other details have been publicly disclosed.
Meanwhile, Chase’s sister Savannah Chrisley has has taken custody of her younger brother Grayson and her cousin Chloe since her parents are in jail.
Does it surprise you that Chase and Emmy broke up? Do you think Todd and Julie’s sentencing had anything to do with it?