'I need to recharge': Savannah Chrisley took a 48-hour trip to Bahamas after parents' conviction

'I need to recharge': Savannah Chrisley took a 48-hour trip to Bahamas after parents' conviction
Savannah Chrisley has carried on with her life amid parents' conviction (@savannahchrisley/Instagram, Danielle Del Valle/Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Savannah Chrisley had a tough time amid her parents' conviction and took a 48-hour break to spend a vacation in The Bahamas. The star is best known for her 'Chrisley Knows Best' reality show opened up during her recent podcast, 'Coming in HOT: Part 2 of the FULL Chrisley Life Update,' sharing about her luxurious trip to the Caribbean nation. "I do need to get away. Like I think for me, I have to, in order for me to be effective in being great for the kids and my parents and this whole new journey that we're about to embark on that I'll speak about, I have to have 48 hours to myself," she said following Todd and Julie Chrisley’s prison sentence.


"I just went to The Bahamas for literally 48 hours, but that was the extent of it," she explained, noting that she wouldn't leave for more than that amount of time. "You know, because I was like, 'I need to recharge. I can't keep going at this speed.'" The celebrity couple were found guilty of their involvement in a multimillion-dollar bank fraud and tax evasion scheme. Todd was sent in for 12 years in prison, and Julie for 7 years, however, they are planning to appeal their convictions, reports People.


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'An unruly passenger'

Savannah was recently under fire after she recorded and shared the incident when the actress was ‘thrown off’ her Southwest Airlines flight. The 25-year-old was considered ‘an unruly passenger’ after she attempted to board a flight from LaGuardia airport to her home in Tennessee for not following the instruction given by an airline attendant. In her Instagram post, Savannah posted the clip, "This man right here… um, awful. I went to board my flight and he told me that I had to check my bag. I was like, 'OK if you wouldn't mind, I'm gonna take my bag on the flight, see if I can't make it fit, and if not, I'll check it.'"

She persisted in arguing with the attendant when he informed her that checking the bag was the only option. The celebrity wished to check if there was any space for her luggage on the plane before surrendering her carry-on bag. This is when the attendant labeled her as an "unruly passenger."


'Repeatedly insulted our employee'

The airline also shared its side of the story, "Our initial reports indicate a different story than the one from the customer's account, as she arrived at the gate late in the boarding process and repeatedly insulted our employee after being asked to gate-check her bag. As a result, the customer was denied boarding on her original flight, and we booked her on a later flight the same day."

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