Reality TV star Julie Chrisley served with $157K civil judgment

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Julie Chrisley finds herself back in a Nashville courtroom this month, fighting yet another financial judgment against her. In June we reported on the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office’s ‘Levy Squad’ serving a judge’s order to enter the Nashville home of Julie Chrisley (of Chrisley Knows Best fame) and seize her clothing, jewelry, and other personal property, to satisfy a $20,802.87 judgment that the reality TV star had not paid.

The new judgment is significantly more, coming in at $157,434.93. The judgment was ordered in a Georgia court, where the family lived before moving to Tennessee. The $157K is due to their former business partner, Mark Braddock. The trio have been in a litany of litigation throughout the past decade.

Julie Chrisley has hired John Jacobson & Elizabeth Gosner, of Riley, Warnock, & Jacobson, PLC, as her counsel, in an attempt to fight the judgment. Jacobson filed a motion for extension of time on December 5th, for more time so he can better review the case. Jacobson says he did not represent Julie Chrisley in Georgia, and is in the process of obtaining the files from the original case, assessing potential defenses, setoffs, and forming his strategy. A hearing for that motion is currently set for January 11th, 2019.

Previously: Nashville Sheriff served order to seize $20K worth of Jewelry & Clothing from Julie Chrisley

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