“Well, since I’m being v[ery] honest. I blocked everyone in an argument since I didn’t want to deal with it,” the 33-year-old wrote during a Monday, June 26, Instagram Q&A, admitting: “So it’s my fault. My b.”
Nevertheless, Lindsie — who shares 10-year-old son Jackson with Will Campbell — clarified, “No drama though, everything is fine. We are all fine."
This wasn't the first time Lindsie has gone out of her way to keep her distance from her family members, as she spent the holiday season apart from her dad, Todd Chrisley, and mom, Julie Chrisley, following their November prison sentencing.
“With my parents’ sentencing just being a couple of days before Thanksgiving and me having Jackson for Thanksgiving, emotions were very high at that point,” the Chrisley Knows Best star shared during a December 2022 episode of her "The Southern Tea" podcast. “I just didn’t feel it was in the best interest of Jackson for him to go and see my parents in any state that they normally aren’t if that makes sense.”
Lindsie's parents were convicted last summer for bank fraud, wire fraud and tax evasion, with the father-daughter duo having reconciled around the time Todd, 53, and Julie, 49, went to trial.
“I can confidently tell you there was no reconnection due to any legal reasons whatsoever,” she said during a July 2022 podcast episode after testifying on her dad's behalf. “Nothing like that ever transpired.”
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She explained her imprisoned dad reached back out to her after her split from her ex-husband. “That’s really more so how we were able to reconnect. So, to answer that question — in short, it was definitely because of my divorce," the daughter of Todd and Teresa Terry made clear at the time.
Us Weekly reported Lindsie's Instagram Story.