Grayson Chrisley is carrying out “fine” less than one particular month just after remaining hospitalized following a “bad” automobile incident.
The 16-calendar year-old acquired candid about the scary predicament on sister Savannah Chrisley’s “Unlocked” podcast on Wednesday, expressing, “I’m good, the vehicles not wonderful but I am fantastic.
He continued, “But it was negative, it was truly poor.”
In spite of Savannah, 25, saying the teen was “beat up” after the incident, Grayson cleared the air in excess of rumors he was very seriously wounded.
“They manufactured it seem like I died,” he joked about the news reports. “It was like, ‘Grayson Chrisley poorly hurt in a auto wreck’ and I was like, ‘Bro I’m fantastic.’”
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The “Chrisley Knows Best” star ongoing, “I posted a picture of me in the health and fitness center. Do you know how lots of DMs I received that were being like, ‘Surprised you’re not nevertheless in the healthcare facility.’ I’m like, ‘I was there for, like, four hours.’”
Whilst Grayson has been downplaying the incident, Savannah advised her podcast listeners very last thirty day period that when she bought to the scene her brother’s F-150 was entirely “totaled” with “every airbag deployed.”
“When he advised me, he was like, ‘I hit the back again of an individual,’” she defined, incorporating that he “made it audio like a fender bender.”
The incident, which shut down the highway, occurred in Nashville when Grayson slammed into the again of a Dodge pickup truck that was stopped in standstill traffic.
“It was terrible,” Savannah recounted. “When I confirmed up and saw it, literally my heart sank.”
The accident took place just just one week in advance of his mom and dad, Todd and Julie, had been sentenced to prison for bank fraud and tax evasion.
Todd, 53, obtained 12 years in prison whilst Julie, 49, will have to provide 7 many years driving bars. The pair will also have to pay out $17.2 million in restitution for their alleged $36 million fraud plan.