The never-ending feud between Chrisley Knows Best star Todd Chrisley and his estranged son, Kyle Chrisley, is still going on as the show heads into its next season.
RadarOnline.com spoke exclusively with Todd Chrisley, who reveals that he has not spoken to his 24-year-old son in a year and a half and has no intention to do so!
The feud started when the 47-year-old self-made millionaire from Roswell, Georgia, cut his son Kyle from the show.
"Kyle is no longer a part of the show and will not appear on this upcoming season. What Kyle does is not consistent with the family is doing right now," the devoted husband to his wife of 18 years, Julie, 42, and father to Lindsie, 25, Chase, 18, Savannah, 17, Grayson, 8, told RadarOnline.com at the time.
In Oct. 2014, after Kyle accused Todd of stealing his daughter, Chloe, Todd went public to blame his son's diagnosis as being "bipolar" and also his past history of drug abuse as the reason that the two have not reconciled. Kyle said he was sober and on the mend mentally.
Now, Todd tells RadarOnline.com, "Do you think that I want my child to be diagnosed as being bi-polar? No that is not something I ever wanted or signed up for. What I did sign up for is to protect my grandchild, Kyle's daughter Chloe."
In November, of 2014 – just one month after Kyle accused his dad of 'stealing' his daughter – Kyle blasted his father once again with an accusation that hit below the belt, claiming that Todd was gay.
"I was not cut from the show. I was not fired from the show. I quit the show last season when I told Todd that I wanted nothing to do with a fake family that continues to lie to everyone," Kyle, who is now sober, told RadarOnline.com in June 2015, adding that he was trying to get out of being under his father's guardianship.
However, Todd tells a different story.
"That is not true. The guardianship is still in place. Kyle has been under my guardianship since 2009. There is a co-guardian that has been added. If the court states that Kyle is no longer in the need of a guardian than God bless him because that means Kyle is cured," the reality father tells RadarOnline.com.
"I want out of this guardianship. But I do not trust Kyle. I just don't trust him and I don't think that I ever will."
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