The 26-year-old picked up a loaf of sliced bread as well as snacks and fresh greens, carrying his phone in hand while paying a visit to his embattled parents.
Chase kept a low profile, dressed in a sweatshirt, baseball cap, and shorts during his errand run on Tuesday as seen in photos obtained by Daily Mail.
Earlier this week, his younger brother, Grayson, was photographed at the Chrisley home on Monday. Savannah Chrisley's on-and-off boyfriend Nic Kerdile also stopped by at one point.
RadarOnline.com previously reported that Savannah delivered homemade baked goods to her mom, 49, and dad, 53, as well amid their legal drama.
It's been an undoubtedly rocky time for the reality star couple. They are now facing up to 30 years behind bars.
After nearly three weeks of testimony, an Atlanta federal jury found the reality stars guilty of tax evasion and bank fraud, and they are due to be sentenced in October.
During the hearing last week, the pair's former lawyer Peter Tarantino was also found guilty of conspiracy to defraud the United States and willfully filing false tax returns.
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Todd, Julie, and Peter were each charged with five counts of bank fraud, one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States, and one count of tax fraud.
Julie also faced one count of obstruction of justice and one count of wire fraud.
Those being: "employment, education, religious service, medical, substance abuse, or mental health treatment, attorney visits, court appearances, court-ordered obligations, or other activities as pre-approved by the Court or probation officer until further notice."
They must also abide by the Location Monitoring Program and alert their probation officer on "any spending over $1,000."