Lindsie and Chrisley are still feuding, but Lindsie would rather have that particular affair off the public eye, while Savannah is still gnawing on the bone publicly. So I guess very little progress has been made on that head.
We’ve been hearing Savannah’s side for a while now, let’s now hear Lindsie’s update on the whole fight.
Lindsie Chrisley Reveals She Won’t Engage In “Unhealthy Behavior” But Is Willing To Talk Privately
Lindsie is done having public feuds with Savannah and would rather her younger sister reached out privately so that they can have a proper conversation and work through things.
On the Wednesday, October 18, episode of her Southern Tea podcast, the 34-year-old reality TV star touched on the feud, saying, “I wanted to handle this situation privately or would be willing to handle the situation privately if she wanted to handle it privately.”
She added, “I would be in agreement to do that because I never spoke first. In fact, going back to the issue of where this all started, I kind of took the blame for certain things that I shouldn’t have taken the blame from publicly. I took that on on this podcast myself just for it to go away and for there to be peace.”
Lindsie then shared her willingness to engage in a private conversation with Savannah, 26, even as she refuses to “engage in unhealthy behavior that has been displayed publicly for any purposes, whether that be entertainment, attention, whatever the reasons may be.”
Despite the feud, she insisted she still wishes her sister well, especially in a time like this when she is publicly navigating the death of her ex-fiancé, who died as a result of a catastrophic motorcycle accident. Lindsie also prayed that only “great things of life” will come her way.
Previously, Savannah revealed on the Viall Files that she and Lindsie are no longer speaking at all, alleging that “she and my oldest brother from my dad’s first marriage, my mom always treated them as if they were hers. They didn’t necessarily treat her the same.”
Lindsie fired back by telling her she has her own mother and that their experiences weren’t necessarily the same.