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Criminal Reality TV Star Has Meltdown Over Prison Food

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Reality TV star Todd Chrisley claimed he’s living in unsanitary conditions in his Florida prison, alleging expired and rodent-infested food, and stating that inmates are being starved.

The Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP) has refuted these claims, asserting that the facilities operate safely and humanely, with nutritious and up-to-date food.

“It is so disgustingly filthy. The food is literally, I’m not exaggerating — the food is dated — it’s out of date by, at minimum, a year,” Chrisley said. (Trending: Ousted Democrat Who Filmed Explicit Tape Blames Homophobia)

“It’s a year past expiration. And they are literally starving these men to death here.”

“These men are getting — I don’t know that they are getting a thousand calories a day.”

“You’ve got rats, you’ve got squirrels in the storage facility where the food is,” he added.

“They just covered it up with plastic and then tore the ceiling out because of all the black mold and found a dead cat in the ceiling. And it dropped down on the top of the food.”

Chrisley and his wife Julie were convicted of fraud and tax evasion in 2022 and began serving their sentences in January 2023.

The couple received lengthy prison terms and probation following their releases.

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