According to documents from the U.S. Marshals Service, Todd Chrisley and wife Julie Chrisley will report to prison on Jan. 17, 2023, to begin serving their sentences. While incarcerated, the "Chrisley Knows Best" couple will be about a two-hour drive from each other. Todd, who was sentenced to 12 years behind bars with three years of supervised release, has been assigned to serve time at FPC Pensacola, a minimum-security facility in Pensacola, Florida, CNN reported. Julie, who was sentenced to seven years behind bars and three years of supervised release, has been assigned to FCI Marianna SCP in Marianna, Florida. Both facilities are rather cushy, as far as prisons go. WGRZ-TV once equated Todd's prison to a "college dorm room." According to a prison expert, "If you have to do federal prison time, that's the place to be." The facility has athletic fields and basketball and volleyball courts. Julie's facility offers art, aerobics, music and health education classes. The couple will be able to stay in contact as well.
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Two more wives are gone, leaving just one spouse standing. "Sister Wives" polygamist couple Kody Brown and Janelle Brown (pictured) have separated. And Kody no longer considers himself married to Meri Brown, he also revealed. In sneak peeks for "Sister Wives: One on One," Kody said, "I am separated from Janelle. And I'm divorced from Christine [Brown]." (Kody and Christine split in late 2021.) Janelle first entered into a polygamous marriage with Kody in 1993. As for his 32-year plural marriage with Meri, Kody said, "If she wanted to move on and marry another, she wouldn't get an argument with me." That leaves just one wife for Kody: Robyn Brown.
Stephen "tWitch" Boss, Ellen DeGeneres's famed sidekick for nearly a decade, has died by suicide. TMZ reported that the "So You Think Can Dance" alum checked into a motel a mile from his Los Angeles home on Dec. 12. Soon after, his wife, dancer Allison Holker, reported her husband missing, telling police he'd left without his car and had not returned. On Dec. 13, motel staff discovered tWitch's body; the coroner confirmed he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. tWitch started DJing on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in 2014 and was with her until it ended in May 2022. He found fame on "So You Think Can Dance" in 2008 and later returned as a all-star before becoming a judge on "SYTYCD" in 2022. tWitch and Allison, who share three kids, celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary three days before he passed.
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Amy Robach and T.J. Holmes were spotted having lunch together on Dec. 15 after days of intentionally keeping their distance — all of this as ABC continues to investigate their romance. On Dec. 13, DailyMail.com reported that the "Good Morning America" co-hosts had pressed pause on their romance amid their indefinite suspension from the ABC morning show in the wake of reports that they took their relationship to the next level while still married to other people. According to a source, the co-anchors "wouldn't dare be caught together now" that ABC is conducting an internal review into whether or not they violated company policy with their relationship. "Their marriages are over, but they have children to think about and they don't want to jeopardize their futures with the network any more than they already have," the source said. Amy is reportedly on the verge of finalizing her divorce from her second husband, "Melrose Place" actor Andrew Shue, while T.J. is said to be separated from his second wife, Marilee Fiebig. On Dec. 14, an E! News source insisted that while Amy and T.J. might be lying low, "they are still very much together." On Dec. 15, the pair emerged from T.J.'s apartment building together and walked to lunch arm-in-arm, DailyMail.com reported alongside photos of the outing.
Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are continuing to rip the royal family. On Dec. 15, Netflix released a second set of episodes from the "Harry & Meghan" docuseries, and it was as juicy as the first go-round. Not only did the couple accuse the palace of intentionally leaking information to make Meghan look bad to deflect from other royals' behavior, but Harry said his brother, Prince William, "screamed" at him during what was known as the Sandringham Summit in 2020 where they, father King Charles III and grandmother Queen Elizabeth II discussed Harry and Meghan's desire to step back as senior royals. "It was terrifying to have my brother scream and shout at me, and my father say things that just simply weren't true, and my grandmother quietly sit there and just take it all in," the Duke of Sussex said in one episode. "The saddest part of it was this wedge that it created between myself and my brother." Harry also accused his father's office of leaking his plan to move to Canada to the U.K. press. "It became clear that the institution leaked the fact that we were gonna be moving back to Canada, and the key piece of that story that made me aware that the contents of the letter between me and my father had been leaked was that we [said] were willing to relinquish our Sussex titles. That was the giveaway," Harry explained. "And I was like, 'Wow. Our story, our lives, literally got taken from underneath us.'" Harry further blamed a British tabloid for Meghan's miscarriage in 2020 and said the family turned on her after the media praised amid their 2018 tour of Australia and New Zealand. "The issue is when someone who's marrying in, who should be a supporting act, is then stealing the limelight or is doing the job better than the person who was born to do this, that upsets people," he said.
Take two! Billie Lourd — the daughter of the late Carrie Fisher — is a mom again with husband Austen Rydell. On Dec. 13, the "Ticket to Paradise" and "Scream Queens" actress's father, talent agent Bryan Lourd, shared the happy news while speaking at Variety's Dealmakers Breakfast. "My daughter had a baby last night. I left the hospital at 1:30 and got there this morning at 6. I'm a little tired, but happy," he said, as reported by People magazine. Billie later shared her newborn daughter's name: Jackson Joanne Lourd Rydell. She joins big brother Kingston Fisher, 2.
Bam Margera was recently hospitalized and put on a ventilator amid a serious case of pneumonia complicated by a coronavirus infection. TMZ reported that the former prankster — who's made headlines over the past few years for all the wrong reasons — was admitted to an ICU in San Diego and remained there for a few days. After being released, Bam took to Instagram on Dec. 10, writing, "I'm out! Thank you to my friends, family and you for the love, support and prayers."