Then, in anticipation of further questions, Todd shared the extent of his knowledge of the divorce. “No I didn’t know Lindsie and Will were separated, no I didn’t know they didn’t live in the same house, lived separate lives,” he said. “I didn’t know anything about it… I didn’t know any of this.
Lindsie stopped talking to the Chrisley family in 2017 after she had a disagreement. Lindsie’s avocado, Moussa Ghanayem, told E! News in 2019 that she was ready to reconcile with her father under certain conditions. “It’s not a TV show, she doesn’t want to be a cast member, she wants to be a family member,” the attorney said. “If she received a genuine, human and sincere invitation to reconnect, she would be open to doing so, but it did not happen.”
Since then, Lindsie has focused on her own life, including her son, whom she and Will plan to co-parent. She wrote in her divorce announcement: “We will continue to remain friends and be devoted parents to our son whom we both love very much.”