Grayson, the star of “Chrisley Knows Best,” was gravely injured in a vehicle accident on Saturday at about 5:30 p.m., according to reports. As soon as emergency services came, he was transported to the hospital.
Fans flocked to the comments section of Grayson’s Facebook post announcing his vehicle accident. Many people questioned if the collision, which occurred during his mother and father’s legal fights, would impact their sentencing on November 21.
One admirer questioned whether Grayson should be driving while his parents are involved in legal proceedings, while another stated that the collision was “too much.” Many individuals expressed their support for the family during this trying period.
Grayson was in Tennessee on the night of the crash. He rear-ended a Dodge pickup truck on the I-65 near Nashville while driving his Ford F-150. According to reports, the vehicle was stuck in traffic.
Photos released following the event show Grayson’s automobile with a crumpled front end and a smashed windscreen on the driver’s side. Grayson was brought to the hospital following the event, and his injuries are thought to be severe.
Grayson did not remember anything that transpired following the collision, according to first responders on the scene, who questioned police officers about what had happened. It has been suggested that this is the result of a brain injury.
Grayson was taken to the hospital by ambulance on Saturday evening following the collision. It is unknown whether he is still in the hospital, but his truck is claimed to have been totaled and he is healing.
The second motorist was injured as well, but he declined medical assistance when it was provided to him. Although no arrests or penalties have been issued, both trucks were removed from the site.
Grayson, now 16, received his first truck when he was 15 years old. His father was apparently concerned about his getting a truck and that he might get into a car crash like his older sister had done years previously.
Grayson’s parents were involved in a court struggle at the time of the accident. In June, the pair was found guilty of federal bank fraud and tax evasion offenses. On Monday, November 21, they were scheduled to be sentenced.
The pair faces up to 30 years in federal prison if convicted. The family has been in hot water for quite some time, and this was supposed to put a stop to the numerous statements they have made in their defense.
There is no indication that sentencing will take place now that the news of Grayson’s accident has broken. We wish Grayson the best of luck in his recovery.