TV star Todd Chrisley takes a stand against internet trolls following daughter’s car accident Getty Images/Jason Kempin
Getty Images/Jason Kempin

TV star Todd Chrisley and his family have been through so much in the past few days with his daughter Savannah’s serious car accident. She has a fractured vertebrae in her neck, as well as bruises and burns from the air bag deploying. Though she’s going to be OK after a six-week recovery period, Todd and his family are understandably shaken by the whole ordeal.

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So, the last thing they need is internet trolls talking smack about them online.

That’s why Todd posted a message on his Facebook account Tuesday, Jan. 18 addressing those haters.

It reads, “I wanted to take a moment to let everyone that follows our family know that our Facebook , Instagram and Twitter belong to us. We post what we feel is important to our family, products we use on a daily basis, or something we feel has made us feel better for seeing or hearing it, our show is about our lives, the good, the bad and the ugly, it’s called life, it’s called family so if you don’t like what we post on OUR pages then please don’t bother commenting, just hit the unfollow button and move on because you are wasting [too] much of my time blocking your ass because you feel entitled to take ownership of our thought process, to those of you that follow us because we bring something special to your lives, we love and appreciate you and look forward to continuing a lifelong relationship.”


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He signed the message, “With Love, Todd,” and then added another message on the post, “Sent with love and respect but no patience for entitlement.”

We’re not sure exactly which comments inspired this post from Todd. We can say the comments on that post coming from Todd’s fans are overwhelmingly supportive with many offering prayers and support for Savannah following her car accident. One fan even said, “Todd Chrisley for President 2020!”

Stranger things have happened.

Hunter Kelly is a senior correspondent for Rare Country. Follow him on Twitter @Hunterkelly.
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