Chrisley Knows Best patriarch Todd Chrisley is going through the biggest drama of his life off camera! The 46-year-old self-made millionaire from Roswell, Georgia has accused his estranged sister-in-law, Pamela, of extortion, harassment, and worse, after the estranged ex-wife of his brother, Randy, allegedly threatened his mother and his fortune. But RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the drama has just begun! Click through these seven photos to find out why.
TV personality and real estate broker Todd Chrisley and his son, Chris Chrisley, check out of Trump Soho Hotel on May 15, 2015 in New York City
The star of USA's hit TV show Chrisley Knows Best first got involved with his brother Randy's divorce on March 4, when Pamela, 43, was taken into custody and charged with second-degree harassment in connection with the alleged extortion attempt against Todd.
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Atlanta businessman and reality TV star Todd Chrisley leaves the NBC studios in NYC
At the time, the devoted husband to wife Julie and father of Savannah, Chase, Grayson, Lindsie and Kyle, claimed in court documents that Pamela exhibited a "pattern of criminal conduct."
But it gets worse! In an affidavit filed by Todd's mother – 72-year-old Faye Chrisley – the elderly woman stated: "Pamela demanded that I deposit monies into her account or according to her, she was going to destroy my family. She also sent me text messages threatening to 'bash my brains' if she caught me in town."
Needless to say, Todd went off after realizing that there were threats against his own mother, telling RadarOnline.com, "After Pamela threatened harm to my mother, I called Pamela and said something along the lines of, 'Listen to me you godd**n motherf***er. If you so much speak to my mother or anyone in my family again, there will be hell to pay.'"
As RadarOnline.com reported this week, Pamela is now accusing Randy of cheating on her while he was undergoing radiation for cancer last year. Because Pamela's allegations against her former husband now include adultery, the state of South Carolina law says that Randy will have to wait an entire year for the divorce to be finalized. Todd told RadarOnline.com the claims are false and his brother is not a cheater. But stay tuned for the next round!
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