Chase Chrisley says there's 'not a chance in hell' he'll reconcile with ex-fiancée Emmy Medders

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Chase Chrisley is spilling the tea when it comes to his and ex-fiancée Emmy Medders’ relationship.

The reality star shared that there’s “not a chance in hell” he would reconcile with Medders, adding that “she did some dirty s---.”

While chatting with sister Savannah Chrisley on her Sept. 5 episode of her “Unlocked” podcast, Chase Chrisley said their relationship wasn’t “all bad times.”

“I’ve got a lot of sh-- that I’m dealing with. She’s got a lot of sh-- that she’s dealing with. She just chose to leave me while I was dealing with my sh--,” he said, adding, “But we just mutually agreed just to part ways.”

Savannah Chrisley, on her end, revealed that she told him not to get engaged. “I told you so,” she said. “I told you, ‘Don’t get engaged, it’s too soon. Don’t do it.’ And you did it.”

Chase Chrisley said he was “doing real good” and was “over the hump.”

“It was rough there for a little while but I’m over it now,” he said. “God hears conversations we don’t hear and sees things that we don’t see. He moved her out of my life and I’m grateful for that because it clearly was not meant to be.”

“There was a lot of dirty s--- that went down that should have been handled differently. Just, the lack of respect was not there,” he said. “I made mistakes in our relationship, 100 percent. But, so did she.”

Savannah Chrisley explained that she went down the rabbit hole looking up stuff regarding her brother’s relationship “and I did find some stuff... that was, you know, dates and times of comments that maybe shouldn’t have happened.” Later in the episode, she said that she tried to give Medders a chance — her brother recalled otherwise — and Medders once yelled at her over the phone.

Chase Chrisley said he wasn’t going “to bash” his ex, adding, “it’s just safe to say she’s not who I thought she was.” has reached out to Medders' rep for comment.

He did admit that they fought and “said some things I shouldn’t have said” while intoxicated, but that he’s “good with what (he) said.”

“I was really in love with her. I really was,” he said, “Like, it screwed me up... The only thing I can do is thank God for bringing me through it. I learned a lot of valuable lessons.”

As far as ever getting back with her, he said, there’s “not a chance in hell. That would never happen because I’ve seen too much. I’ve seen true colors.”

“If (her family) needed me, I would be there for them. But if I don’t have to be there in a room with them, I’m not going to,” he continued. “She still did some dirty s---.”

Overall, Chase Chrisley added that he didn’t “want to come across like I’m s----ing on Emmy.”

“I do wish her nothing but the best, but there was some s----y s--- that went down,” he said.

Here's a look back at Chrisley's relationship with Medders.

2020: Chase Chrisley and Emmy Medders start dating

The former couple began dating in early 2020. Ahead of their one-year anniversary in February 2021, Chrisley shared how they would be celebrating the milestone.

“We’ll probably get takeout. Neither of us is too complicated with that,” he told Us Weekly. “I think we’re both pretty romantic. It’s just about spending quality time together.

“It doesn’t really matter what we’re doing just as long as we’re doing it together,” he added.

Medders meeting Chrisley’s family, including his parents, Todd and Julie Chrisley, was documented in a 2021 episode of “Chrisley Knows Best.” She got along well with the Chrisley clan.

Chase Chrisley and Emmy Medders pose for a picture together. (Emmy Medders / Instagram)
Chase Chrisley and Emmy Medders pose for a picture together. (Emmy Medders / Instagram)

2021: Chase Chrisley says he and Emmy Medders broke up

However, in an August 2021 interview with Life & Style, Chrisley said he was single and no longer dating Medders.

He called her an “amazing woman” and “great person” but said their needs didn’t match up at the moment.

“I think that it just came down to, we kind of looked at, like, what we wanted in life, and right now, it’s not matching up,” he said, adding, “We just thought it would be healthier and better for both of us if we went our separate ways.”

At the time, Chrisley said that he wished her “nothing but the best” and “you never know what’s going to happen in the future.”

2022: Chase Chrisley and Emmy Medders get back together

Their breakup was short-lived, with the two getting back together. According to People, the pair began posting since-deleted photos of them together on their Instagram pages by April 2022.

“We did have one, like, major breakup where we didn’t talk for like — I want to say it was two months, but it was probably more like two weeks,” Medders said on the "Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley" podcast in December 2022. “It felt like two months for me.”

2022: Chase Chrisley and Emmy Medders announce their engagement

On Oct. 21, 2022, the then-couple revealed on their Instagram pages that they were engaged.

“I am the luckiest man in the world, being able to call you mine forever is a blessing straight from God,” he wrote in the since-deleted caption. “You are the sunshine when it’s dark, you are the rain when it’s dry. I love you more than life itself and can’t wait to live forever with you! To you my love! Thank you for taking me FOREVER!! @emmymedders.”

Medders also posted photos from the proposal, captioning her since-deleted post, “You’re everything I’ve ever dreamed of and more. I love you, Chase Madison Chrisley! My heart is yours forever.”

July 2023: Chase reveals he and Emmy called off their engagement

Nine months later, on July 25, Chrisley confirmed that he and Medders had broken off their engagement.

“Everybody has been asking a lot of questions regarding Emmy and myself,” he wrote on his Instagram story. “We both and agreed to part ways and move on with our lives separately. Thank you for respecting our privacy.”

Medders has yet to speak out about her and Chrisley’s breakup.

August 2023: Chase Chrisley says he's ‘thankful’ for his split from Emmy Medders

Chrisley said everything happens for a reason, including his split.

The “Chrisley Knows Best” star said that he’s “thankful” that the two broke off their engagement earlier this year, calling it part of God’s plan.

“Everything happens for a reason. God’s got a plan,” Chrisley told “Extra” in an Aug. 23 interview. “And I think God heard conversations that I didn’t hear. He saw things I didn’t see and moved her on her way and I could not be more thankful.”

The reality star said he had already moved on and is back on the dating scene.

“I am back dating, yeah,” he revealed. “I’ve already been on dates. I’m ready to go!”

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