Savannah Chrisley’s boyfriend Nic Kerdiles reveals he attempted suicide in emotional video with ex-fiancee

SAVANNAH Chrisley appeared in an Instagram Live video with boyfriend Nic Kerdiles, who admitted to attempting suicide while struggling with depression, anxiety and Covid.

The trio get emotional as they discuss their struggles.

Savannah Chrisley's boyfriend, Nic Kerdiles, admits he had suicidal thoughts


Savannah Chrisley’s boyfriend, Nic Kerdiles, admits he had suicidal thoughtsCredit: Instagram / Nic Kerdiles
He appeared in an Instagram Live video with Savannah and dad Todd Chrisley


He appeared in an Instagram Live video with Savannah and dad Todd ChrisleyCredit: Instagram / Nic Kerdiles

The videotapes begins with Savannah and Todd Chrisley talking about the impact of Covid on everyone, including them and their families.

Savannah opened the clip by saying: “I just wanted to start this Live by making it clear that we know how much Covid has impacted us all.

“Not only does the disease really affect us, but our mental health too.”

She then shared some statistics, revealing the rise of Americans facing anxiety and depression amid the pandemic.

Nic sat quietly, as Todd revealed, “In the last 48 hours we’ve had a number of horrific incidents that have happened and those incidents have involved our little boy Nic.”

Finally, he shared his story: “I’m so grateful to be here today. As Todd and Savannah mentioned, I also recently came across Covid and am now reading a lot more. about it, I understand why this situation could happen another night.

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“Definitely not something easy to say, but I thought that if I could share it, it might also help others out there.”

He continued: “Just the night before, I was with Covid and some things I got from Covid. I was on medication. I decided to mix alcohol with it to the point where I don’t remember anything. happened out that night.

“I had a complete blackout and luckily I got my hair cut by my good friend Chad and if he wasn’t there I don’t know if I would still be here today.”

Nic said: “I had a gun with me and I don’t know where I was in my mental state, but in the midst of depression, anxiety, the impact of Covid, drugs, alcohol, I did something that didn’t work. I never thought I would.. do.”

He noted that it was “not easy to talk about”, but said he wanted to beat the media “one punch”.

Nic says he’s “grateful” to Savannah, Todd, and his friend Chad for being there and supporting him.

He added that he hopes to “get a lot better for it” and help people by sharing his story.

At the end of the clip, Todd reveals that Nic took an unnamed drug that, when tested by doctors after trying, was known to cause depression and anxiety.

Savannah added: “In 2020, there was a study done that showed the side effects were all psychological.”


Savannah, who was moved as Nic recounted his harrowing story, rejoiced when he finished.

She told viewers, and her happiness: “One of the biggest takeaways is that it’s okay to be okay.

“That’s what I feel like I told Nic just now that it’s okay, it’s okay to talk about your feelings, it’s okay to ask for help.

“There’s a suicide prevention hotline you can call. There are so many different stores and I just don’t want you to be scared to ask for help”

Todd also offered two cents on the matter, expressing his love for Nic.

“Everybody knows that Todd has been involved in every relationship my kids have ever had and this is the only relationship I’ve ever loved,” he said.

“I love you to this day. And son, I will always love you. I don’t care if you marry my daughter or not. I don’t care if you guys date.

“I don’t care if you’ve ever been boyfriend and girlfriend. I love you for you because you were a good kid with a big heart and you don’t deserve a glass bowl or a clean lifestyle. the aquarium you’ve inherited because of ours.”

Savannah expressed sadness that Nic had to share her story so soon.

“It’s unfortunate that someone who’s dealing with this right now shouldn’t be on social media and forced to tell their story,” she said, holding back tears.

“It was the most heartbreaking part that he was able to tell his story in his time and he didn’t have enough money for that luxury and that’s another form of trauma he has to go through now. “


The video ends on a high note, though both Todd and Savannah have expressed disappointment and made it public.

Todd turns to Nic when the clip ends and says: “Son, I’m proud of you. This family has no shame on you.”

He added: “I want you to know, I love you boy. I love you more today than I ever loved you. That will never change.

“I’ll be here for you until the day the good Lord calls me home. Once he calls me home, I hope that’s before he calls you home, and if I can’t help you before then I die, my money will.”

Speaking of the complicated relationship situation, Savannah said: “We’ve been back and forth, but my thing is you don’t treat people like they’re disposable.

“And having someone in your life for four years doesn’t matter if you’re still dating someone, you’re still there for someone. You show love. You show compassion.

“It’s okay okay. I think that’s the biggest thing that people think it’s embarrassing.”


As the video ends, Savannah, Nic, and Todd discuss the drugs and their side effects.

Chief Chrisley shared with viewers that Nic took medicine to prevent going bald – a drug he recommended to him.

He said they later learned that the pills are known to cause negative psychological effects.

Nic urges viewers: “I think that’s the point of whether you’re going through problems and you’re suicidal and are likely to have those thoughts, or you’re on medication and you’ve had a seizure. pain, anything resembling an outside source like marijuana or alcohol can take you to a position you never thought you were in.

“That’s what happened to me.”


Comments flooded in favor of Nic.

Christine Quinn, of Sell Sunset, wrote: “My heart is breaking but you are all SO STRONG!

“We’ve all been in a really low place and there’s absolutely nothing there.

“We are so proud of you Nic and grateful to Chad. Sending all our love to the most amazing family.”

Another commenter wrote: “Wow so proud of you with shared nick.”

A third wrote: “Praying for you all! Thank you Jesus for Nic being with us today.”

Nic and Savannah had a complicated relationship.

Couples have breakup rumors in October 2021, when Savannah shared a cryptic post about “breakups”.

The post read: “Red roses. Breakups suck. But don’t worry, girl’s in luck.”

The couple is engaged, but shortened in September 2020.

Savannah shared the news on Instagram, writing: “Oh how I wish this smile was on my face and that infectious smile is spewing out of my body right now… but sadly… not so.”

“Nice and I have decided to call it giving up. There is no animosity between the two of us… and to be honest… that makes saying goodbye even harder.

“We have nothing but love, respect and admiration for each other but it’s time for us to move forward.

“The past 3 years have been the best years of my life…but I have to believe that God has a much bigger purpose for my life.”

They reconciled almost a year later.

Savannah and Nic had a close relationship


Savannah and Nic had a close relationshipCredit: Instagram
They were engaged, but postponed to 2020


They were engaged, but postponed to 2020Credit: Instagram
Nic and Savannah reconcile in 2021


Nic and Savannah reconcile in 2021Credit: Instagram / Nic Kerdiles

You’re not alone

SUICIDE is the 10th leading cause of death in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Leading Cause of Death Report from 2018.

The number of suicides in the US is “one and a half times more” than the number of homicides, according to report.

For those aged 10 to 34, suicide was the “second cause of death” and the fourth for those aged 35 to 54.

Suicide is an important health concern in the United States. It affects all genders, races and ages.

This is why launched You’re Not Alone Campaign.

The campaign urges readers to discuss their mental health issues with family, friends and medical professionals. We can all join in to help others who may be suffering and help save lives.

If you are struggling to cope, you’re not alone. There are many free and confidential programs in the US that help people struggling with their mental health.

If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health issues, these organizations are available to assist: Savannah Chrisley’s boyfriend Nic Kerdiles reveals he attempted suicide in emotional video with ex-fiancee


ClareFora is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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