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Todd Chrisley, his wife Julie to settle a $2 million to Georgia in a tax-evasion case

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“Chrisley Knows Best” star, Julie and Todd Chrisley have reached a settlement after it allegedly will not have to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxes for the state of Georgia.

A spokesperson for the couple, and Allan Mayer announced Tuesday that the couple have reached an agreement with the Georgia Department of Revenue.

The agreement, which was signed by the Chrisleys on Sept. 27, will be credited to them, with a refund of the tax for the tax year, and told them that they owed nothing in common with each other. According to the arrangement, the Chrisleys have agreed to the payment of a little less than $150,000 to resolve claims.

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Each of the People, the Chrisleys were accused of evading about $2 million in taxes from 2008 to 2016.

According to a press release obtained by the wall, and the Georgia Department of Revenue has agreed that the pair had been overpaid for four years, and the interest due, nothing, for four years. She was in a net liability of less than $77,000 in unpaid taxes for the erroneous submission of the journal, have been reported.

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“You and I know that we had done nothing wrong, and that if the facts were all out there, we’ll be fine,” He said in a statement obtained by People. “We are happy that the Ministry of finance has been willing to keep an open mind and look at all the evidence.”

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The Georgia Department of Revenue, a spokesman for William Gaston told The Associated Press that the department is not permitted to respond to confidential taxpayer information.

The Chrisleys have always had to contend with a separate federal tax evasion charges. In August, she pleaded not guilty to tax evasion and other federal charges during the first court appearance.

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If convicted on all counts, the reality personalities could face up to 30 years in prison.

At the time that a judge has agreed to release them on a $100,000 unsecured bond each. This means that they would have to pay if they fail to appear for court dates.

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The judge ordered them to surrender their passports and told them that they will not be allowed to travel out of parts of Georgia and Tennessee, with their probation officers know where they are. Their lawyers had asked for travel permission, and so that they will be able to continue with the recording of the show.

Todd Chrisley’s attorneys, Bruce H. Morris, and Stephen Friedberg, earlier told Fox News: “The allegations made in the complaint are based on a complete pack of lies. The Chrisleys are innocent of all charges.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report

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