Alexus and Kyle were married from 2014 to 2018. During that time, Alexus recalls being constantly bullied by the Chrisley Knows Best patriarch before ultimately having to exit the marriage.
“I endured the bullying comments for years in silence, but karma dealt with it so that I didn’t have to,” Alexus told The Daily Mail. “I walked away from a family who, at the time, seemed to have it all and many people thought that I was crazy.”
Alexus also submitted a threatening voicemail to the publication that she says proves Todd’s verbally abusive tendencies and intimidation attempts.
“No darling, you don’t need protection. You need an attorney,” Todd threatens. “Call your brothers. Find out about that trust that you’ve got — that’s got that $100 million in it because I’m coming to get my part of it.”
The context of the whole exchange is murky, so bear with us here, as the exchange has not been fully verified.
However, according to The Daily Mail, the call is regarding a lawsuit that Todd threatened to bring against Alexus after discovering she allegedly “aided the Georgia Department of Revenue in its investigation into [Todd’s] tax fraud scheme,” which ultimately sent Todd and his wife Julie to prison for a combined 19 years. They are currently serving out their respective sentences.
Then there are Todd’s past tweets that have resurfaced. In them, he calls Alexus a “weave wearing, ashy skinned ho” and a “fame-seeking whore.”
— Todd Chrisley (@toddchrisley) April 4, 2015
He then followed up with tweets accusing Alexus of trying to extort him and paint him as a racist in the press.
Folks, Alexus Whilby tried to extort our family 4 20k or tell the press we r racist, we chose 2 keep the 20k and see her in court. #slander
— Todd Chrisley (@toddchrisley) December 12, 2014
Alexus and Todd’s son, Kyle, share no children together. However, Kyle does have a biracial daughter, Chloe, who he shares with his ex, Angela Johnson. Todd and Julie later adopted Chloe as their own. Alexus finds Todd’s language and behavior reprehensible, if not hypocritical.
“To see a grown man and public figure, who is the grandfather to a beautiful black child, say those horrible things was shocking,” she told the outlet.
Since leaving the Chrisley family, Alexus stated she’s learned the importance of being “a good person behind the scenes and being true to yourself and others.”
She concluded, “I was empowered. I know who I was then and now, and no amount of fame could make me compromise my morals.”
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