Wynonna Judd’s Daughter Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison


Wynonna Judd’s daughter, Grace Pauline Kelley (22), has been sentenced to 8 years in prison for breaking probation terms, resulting from drug arrest in 2017.

According to radaronline.com, Kelley pled guilty to meth manufacture, delivery, sale and possession with intent in 2017 in Williamson County Court. She was also charged with manufacturing and delivering meth in Maury County. She pled guilty to the lesser charge of possession of meth.

The 22-year-old was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in jail and a fine, but the sentence was suspended after serving 30 days in jail and she was ordered on probation as well as 180 days in rehab, before breaking her probation.

 “Her probation was revoked on February 9, 2018. She was sentenced to serve eight years. The meth manufacture, delivery, sale and possession with intent charges run concurrent with charges at Maury County,” a spokes person told Radaronline.com.

Kelley’s release date is set for August 25, 2025, but she will be eligible for parole on February 4, 2019.

This is not the first run in with the law that Wynonna’s daughter has been through. She pled guilty to possession of meth in May 2016 and arrested again in Alabama for being a “fugitive from justice.” Her probation was revoked on November 29, 2016. 

Kelley is the daughter of country superstar Wynonna Judd and Arch Kelley. The couple divorced in 1998 and also have a son Elijah Judd.

Lisa Konicki
A New Yorker that made her way to the South, Lisa got her love of country music from her dad, who always played the classics. However, her love of fried pickles, a southern staple, came from Blake Shelton, who made her try her very first one. With 20 years experience in the music biz—previously at the helm of Country Weekly Magazine —Lisa loves to de-stress by going to the movies, playing and watching sports or just being outdoors.

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