Todd and Julie Chrisley aren’t the only members of the reality TV-famous family facing tax-related issues.
Following Tuesday’s news that Todd and Julie were hit with a 12-count federal indictment on tax evasion and fraud charges, The Blast now reports that the couple’s 23-year-old son, Chase Chrisley, is accused of owing $16,886.24 in back federal taxes from 2014.
Chase’s assets can be seized by the IRS immediately if he does not pay off the loan, according to the documents obtained by the outlet.
The taxes stem from a Roswell, Georgia home owned by a company called Quagmire Holdings, but that was in Chase’s name. Quagmire Holdings is traced back to accountant Peter Tarantino, who is also a defendant in the criminal indictment against Todd, 50, and Julie, 46, according to The Blast.
Meanwhile, Todd, of “Chrisley Knows Best,” denied the charges against him and Julie in a lengthy Instagram post on Tuesday, claiming that an unidentified employee stole from the family, created “phony documents,” forged signatures and threatened other employees to prevent them from speaking up.
A Chrisley family rep didn’t immediately get back to us about Chase.
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