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(L-R) Faye Chrisley, Grayson Chrisley, Chloe Chrisley, Todd Chrisley, Savannah Chrisley, Chase Chrisley and Julie Chrisley. Terry Wyatt/Stringer/Getty Images
Savannah Chrisley's parents Todd and Julie were sentenced to prison on Monday for fraud.
On Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley, she said she was given custody of her brother and niece.
She got emotional talking about celebrating Thanksgiving without her parents.
Following her parents' jail sentence on Monday, Savannah Chrisley said she was awarded custody of her younger brother Grayson, 16, and niece Chloe, 10.
Todd and Julie Chrisley, known to television audiences for their USA Network reality show Chrisley Knows Best, were sentenced to prison on Monday for fraud.
In a newly released episode of her Unlocked with Savannah Chrisley podcast on Tuesday, the 25-year-old shared that her younger brother and niece were placed in her care.
Savannah said she went into the process on Monday knowing "I could come home without both of my parents," adding that she said to herself, "These are the odds. That's the probability, and that's my new normal."
She continued, "I come home on Tuesday and have custody of a 16-year-old and a 10-year-old, and we're not spending our first Thanksgiving as a family."
"I was never away from my family during the holidays," she continued tearfully. "All I ask is that you show up and understand where I'm coming from, have some mercy on me and my family and stop the negative comments because it hurts."
The Chrisley family stars in Chrisley Knows Best and a spin-off of the show. Tommy Garcia/USA Network/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images
Elsewhere in the episode, Savannah described her feelings as "sadness at the loss of her surviving parents" and said the family would appeal to have the convictions overturned.
Savannah is the eldest daughter of Todd and Julie, although they are also parents to a son, Chase, 26. Todd is also a father to Lindsie, 33, and Kyle, 31, whom he shares with ex-wife Teresa Terry. In 2013, the Chrisleys won custody of Kyle's daughter Chloe, 10.
At their sentencing Monday, Todd and Julie had their young children in the foreground. As reported by Insider reporters Azmi Haroun and Haven Orecchio-Egresitz, after recording the verdicts, the couple said their only thoughts are about their children and how they would move on in life without them.
Todd choked when he approached the court and asked that his wife be granted a lesser prison sentence.
"As I'm sure you can see, this is an enormously sad day for my family," Todd said. "My wife Julie shouldn't be punished so much," he urged.
"I worry the most about Chloe and Grayson," Julie said through sobs at the sentencing. "To hear your 10-year-old say she doesn't want to live if her mom goes away, no kid should feel that way."
Julie's request to remain under house arrest until Chloe comes of age was ultimately denied by the court.
Todd and Julie Chrisley received a combined 19-year sentence for defrauding banks out of more than $30 million by producing fake financial reports that made it appear that they were richer than they were.
Todd received 12 years in prison and 16 months probation, while Julie received seven years in prison and 16 months probation.
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