Todd Chrisley is a hungry prison guard… who claims he is fed meals contaminated by animals while behind bars – although his prison thinks otherwise.
In a statement to TMZ, the Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP) is adamant that they operate safe and humane facilities, despite Todd’s claims that rats/squirrels are roaming freely in their food warehouse and that a dead cat fell from the ceiling onto their food – – increasing the quality of food consumed by the incarcerated population is a priority.
The FBOP also refutes Todd’s claims that the food is laden with black mold and is at least a year out of date… saying that expired food is thrown away and not used.
In fact, they operate under FBOP regulations and tell us… that their mission as a food service is focused on providing healthy, nutritionally sound and tasty meals that meet the needs of every individual.
FBOP facilities – including FPC Pensacola, where Todd is incarcerated – are accredited by the American Correctional Association, which deals with indoor living and other essential regulations such as environmental conditions such as temperature and air quality.
Clearly they’re not happy that Todd is speaking out about prison conditions while behind bars… and the FBOP says it’s urging inmates to instead request a formal investigation through the Administrative Remedy Prison program for any concerns.
To make matters worse, Todd’s daughter Savannah recently accused prison officials of retaliating against Todd to speak out on the lock-up conditions.
On that matter, Chrisley’s lawyer Jay Surgent, says Todd’s courage in speaking out about the state of the prison should be congratulated, not criticized. The Bureau of Prisons said it thoroughly investigates all claims of employee misconduct.
Think of Todd’s wife Julie Chrisley is serving her time at FMC Lexington, where we haven’t heard a peep from her about the food.
I think the KPC, Kentucky prison cook, is fine with her!