Todd and Julie Chrisley charged with speeding after crash in which Gracie died three days later

Todd and Julie Chrisley charged with speeding after crash in which Gracie died three days later

Todd and Julie Chrisley’s son Grayson sent to the hospital following car crash week before sentencing hearing

A mother and son accused of crashing into a parked car were taken to court to answer to a speeding ticket this morning.

Todd and Julie Chrisley were both charged with speeding and driving on a suspended license after the June 13 crash in which Todd’s daughter, Gracie, 14, died three days later.

Todd and Julie and grandson Grayson, 17, were both in court Monday as the father and daughter are set to appear before Judge John P. Broderick in Superior Court in Scranton.

Grayson was injured in the crash, as was his dad’s girlfriend, Amber, who was not hurt.

Todd’s sister, Kristina, 31, and her boyfriend, Scott, were both issued traffic tickets after the collision. Kristina had been driving the Chrisleys’ car.

Todd and Julie Chrisley, left, the teenage girl’s mother, center and Todd’s son, Gracie, right, were taken to court Monday for a speeding ticket after their car crashed into a parked car

The pair were also sentenced to a year of probation, fined $200 each and ordered to pay $1,000 in child support as they could not provide evidence of their income that would have caused the ticket.

Judge Peter J. Tocco Jr. told Todd Chrisley he had treated him well in the courtroom.

Todd Chrisley is set to appear in court again on March 4 for sentencing, which is scheduled to last three days.

The teen couple will have to register their current home address with the state for four years if they are not able to prove their living arrangements.

The judge also ordered the 16-year-old boy’s mother Kristina Chrisley to pay $200 in fines on the top of the speeding ticket.

Judge Tocco handed down the probation sentence, which is a standard disposition in cases like this.

On June 13, a vehicle driven by Todd Chrisley, 37, collided with another vehicle in a parking lot in the city of Middletown. Todd is accused of driving 75 mph in a 45 mph zone. He was also found to be driving on a suspended license

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