Savannah Chrisley says she’s ‘dating someone’ after getting full custody of her brother and niece

A new romance can arise at the strangest times, and it seems to be the case for the 25-year-old Savannah Chrisley. Although both of her parents have just gone to slammer, the Chrisley knows best The star recently revealed she’s dating someone new! Page 6 reported all the details of the unusual new chapter in his life.

of the savannah parents, Todd Chrisley And Julie Chrisley have just been sentenced to 19 years in prison for tax evasion. With her parents behind bars, Savannah was granted full custody of her 16-year-old brother and 10-year-old niece. Of course, your parents go to jail and also become parents, that’s a lot of life to manage in a short time.

Yet it doesn’t end Savannah of the search for love. On by Kaitlyn Bristowe off the vine podcast, Savannah revealed that she was dating someone. Unsurprisingly, she shared that being a new “single mom” at 25 with jailed parents presented her own unique dating challenges.

“Now I see single moms, like, ‘How do you do that?'” Savannah pondered on the podcast. “And for them, it’s just a package. “Do you want to go to dinner? These two come with it.

Although the dating game can be tricky, Savannah explained how being transparent about his current situation was key to establishing a new connection. Obviously, the dude could have done a quick Google search to get all the tea on Savannah’s family, but it’s good that she’s upfront and honest with him.

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She explained, “That’s what you’re getting yourself into. Guess what? There are two children. My parents aren’t in the best place in the world right now. You know everything, 110% transparency. If you’re in, you’re in. If you’re out, you’re out.

Looks like this guy is definitely into it ’cause Savannah also revealed that he has already met his little brother and niece. However, she was hesitant to reveal her identity on the podcast. She admitted that she wanted to try to keep the relationship in a “safe place”.

“And people are just hateful. They’re always going to compare themselves to the last person you were with.” Savannah explain. “And I’m just like, ‘You know what? Maybe I’m not quite ready to tell you about it.

A few moments later, Savannah shared her plans to have the new boo on her new reality show. We all know that new relationships thrive on reality TV, so we can’t wait to see how it pans out.


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