Todd and Julie Chrisley reported to prison to begin their sentences on Tuesday.
They will each serve time at different facilities in Florida that are 144 miles apart.
The reality TV stars were sentenced to prison for bank fraud and tax evasion in November.
Todd Chrisley arrived at the Federal Prison Camp (FPC) Pensacola in Pensacola, Florida and Julie Chrisley arrived at the Federal Medical Center (FMC) Lexington in Lexington, Kentucky, the BOP told Insider Tuesday.
Last week, the former reality television stars — who maintain that they have done nothing wrong — continued their efforts to challenge the charges against them. Their motion for bail pending their appeal was denied, according to federal court documents.
The Chrisleys, who are known to television audiences for their USA Network reality show "Chrisley Knows Best," were convicted in June of running a yearslong fraud scheme, and handed their sentences in November.
Prosecutors proved that the couple used loans to buy expensive cars, take extravagant trips, and live a lifestyle they couldn't afford, while also hiding money from the IRS to avoid paying taxes.
"The Chrisleys have built an empire based on the lie that their wealth came from dedication and hard work," prosecutors said in a sentencing memo in November.
"The jury's unanimous verdict sets the record straight: Todd and Julie Chrisley are career swindlers who have made a living by jumping from one fraud scheme to another, lying to banks, stiffing vendors, and evading taxes at every corner."
If they serve their full sentences, Todd will be released in 2035 and Julie in 2030
Todd, 53, who prosecutors called the "mastermind" of the couple's years-long tax and bank fraud scheme, will be incarcerated at Federal Prison Camp Pensacola.
He has been handed a 12-year sentence, meaning that his current release date is scheduled for 2035 when he is 65.
Meanwhile, Julie, 50, who prosecutors believed played a lesser role, was sentenced to seven years. She was set to serve her time at Federal Correctional Institution Marianna, which is 144 miles east of Todd's prison, but reported first to a federal medical center in Kentucky.
If she carries out her full sentence, she will be released in 2030, aged 57.
Todd's prison is minimum security, while the Marianna prison is medium security. The couple will be able to do things like take part in recreational activities, such as sports, music, and crafts.
Following their jail time, Todd and Julie have also both been sentenced to 16 months of probation.
The couple's two minor children are currently in the custody of their older sister
Following their sentencing, the couple's oldest daughter Savannah said she had taken custody of their teenage son, Grayson, 16, and adopted daughter, Chloe, 10.
On her podcast, "Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley," Savannah, 25, shared that her younger brother and niece would be placed with her immediately after the sentencing.
"I come home Tuesday, and I have custody of a 16-year-old and a 10-year-old, and we spend our first Thanksgiving not as a family," she said in the episode, released November 22
Together, Todd and Julie are also parents to a 26-year-old son, Chase. Real estate mogul Todd also shares daughter Lindsie, 33, and son Kyle, 31, with his ex-wife, Teresa Terry. Chloe is Kyle's biological daughter who Todd and Julie won custody of in 2016.
In December, Chloe's biological mother, Angela Johnson, announced her plans to regain custody of her daughter in light of the sentencing.
Their reality show has been canceled, but viewers could still see new episodes air this year
The Chrisleys began appearing on the USA reality show "Chrisley Knows Best," which followed the day-to-day lives of their large family, in 2014.
Entertainment Weekly reports that, according to a source, some new episodes were shot prior to the trial and could potentially air next year, although no official announcement has been made.
Todd and Julie have been using their podcast, "Chrisley Confessions," as their main way to communicate with fans since their trial, and have continued to put out weekly episodes over the last eight months, despite their legal troubles.
Back in June, in the first episode released after their guilty verdicts, Todd shared that while their situation has taken an unprecedented toll on the family, they are using their faith to get them through.
"As a family, we are still united and standing firm in our positions and in our faith. We don't waver in our faith," he said. "Now listen. Are we disappointed? Are we hurt? Yes, but we know that God has a purpose for everything."
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