Savannah Chrisley says Chloe is safe after Nashville shooting

Savannah Chrisley Breaks Her Silence After Nashville’s Heartbreaking Shooting!

After her parents were imprisoned for tax evasion and fraud, the eldest daughter of Todd and Julie Chrisley became the legal guardian of the younger Chrisleys – brother Grayson and niece Chloe.

After news of a recent elementary school shooting broke, fans flooded social media with questions about Chloe’s well-being. Touched by their concern, the 25-year-old assured the public of her niece’s safety in an emotional post.

Savannah Chrisley says she feels guilty about Chloe’s luck as parents mourn their losses

On March 27, a Christian elementary school in Nashville, Tennessee joined the tragic list of mass shootings in the United States. Following the heartbreaking moment, ‘Chrisley Knows Best’ fans went into a frenzy to find out if Chloe was among the students at the institution.

Savannah Chrisley reports on niece Chloe's well-being after the Nashville school shooting

Fortunately, Savannah revealed that her niece’s school was not involved in the shooting. In a series Instagram In story posts, the TV personality addressed the painful situation, including its impact on her emotional health.

The “Unlocked With Savannah Chrisley” podcast host confirmed her niece’s well-being with a sweet picture. The picture captured the couple in a warm embrace, and he smoldered by kissing the entertaining Chloe.

The media personality captioned the touching moment: “I’ve never been more grateful,” adding two crying emojis. This post was followed by a video carousel where the former Miss Tennessee Teen USA champion spoke about the school shooting.

Fighting back tears, the 25-year-old began her speech by thanking fans for checking on Chloe’s welfare and reassuring them that younger Chrisley was safe. The podcaster explained that he feels “a lot of guilt” as he said his niece is doing well after the horrific incident.

Despite being grateful for Chloe’s well-being, the host sympathized with the parents involved in the shooting. “I’m too grateful, but today there are parents who don’t have the opportunity to take their children home,” lamented the blonde beauty.

The founder of Sassy By Savannah admitted that gun violence has affected the Nashville community. However, the situation weighed heavily on the beauty mogul’s heart, as the school was not far from her residence.

“It’s just terrible. I don’t know how many lives it takes to change,” the reality TV star continued. “It’s heartbreaking. My thoughts and prayers are with these families, with all the children affected.”

Visibly outraged by the incident, the entrepreneur noted that the situation would have been different if the person’s child had also fallen victim. After hearing the news this morning, Savannah admitted she was “devastated” and rushed to pick up her niece from school.

The founder of Savannah & Co. Real Estate explained that the image of the huggable Chloe was created when she picked the little one at school. “That hug when he came out of school, he said to me, ‘Oh, you’re hugging too hard,'” the reality TV star said, calling the moment “the greatest feeling in the world.”

The “Growing Up Chrisley” alum advised parents to “hug their children a little tighter tonight” and thank God for his blessings as they pray for the bereaved. When it comes to mass shootings, Savannah called for change from the government, saying:

“Right now our children are being victimized by a country that cannot get out of its own way. We’re just fighting, fighting, fighting, and we’re not making progress on either side—Democrats or Republicans—on either side!”

The Nashville school shooting was a premeditated attack

As stated in the Associated Press, Covenant School, a Christian elementary school, was the site of a tragic mass shooting on Monday, March 27th. The attacker, a former student, shot through the organization’s door, killing six innocent souls.

Three students and three adults were brutally murdered in the gun violence, which was said to be a planned massacre. Authorities revealed that the shooter surveyed the school and drew a detailed map of the facility before attacking the building.

Police identified the attacker as 28-year-old Audrey Hale. Further investigation revealed that the shooter was transgender and believed to have “some resentment” for attending Covenant School.

Two responding officers fatally shot Hale at the school. The shooting victims included three 9-year-old children, the school’s senior principal, a substitute teacher and a guardian.

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