On Sunday, she spoke candidly about her parents' recent tax evasion charges as well as the extortion allegations her sister, Lindsie, has lodged against their father and brother, Chase.
Savannah also didn't miss the opportunity to bash Robby Hayes and Josh Murray, who got dragged into the ordeal after Todd publicly accused Lindsie -- just two days after getting indicted -- of having extramarital affairs with both Bachelor Nation stars.
"I stand behind my mom and dad. I know how they've raised us and the values they taught us," Savannah said in a video obtained by Entertainment Tonight. "So, if they taught us those values, it means they have them themselves."
In July, Lindsie filed a police report in Georgia claiming her father and brother were attempting to extort her with a sex tape, one she believed Chase had purchased. Lindsie alleged they threatened to release the video if she didn't lie about an "incident." Sources close to Lindsie told TMZ the "incident" was in relation to her testimony regarding her parents' indictment for 12 counts of tax evasion.
But Savannah says her sister made up the whole thing in order to drum up publicity for herself, saying, "It's extremely sad that someone is using a sex tape that doesn't even exist in order to get five more minutes of fame."
While she insists there is no sex tape, Robby begs to differ. He recently confirmed he and Lindsie did sleep together (though he did not state when) and that the "sex tape" in question came from "a puppy camera in her friend's living room, the couch we crashed on. So, no consent from either end, which kind of debunks the whole thing."
Robby has also turned over a "slew of evidence" to the U.S. Attorney's Office last week, which he is said to believe shows that Chase and possibly Todd were attempting to coerce him and Lindsie, according to TMZ.
For his part, Josh said he and Lindsie have "been friends for years" and that Todd and Julie "should probably focus on how not to be imprisoned for 30 years rather than spreading gossip to try and hurt their daughter."
But Savannah's not buying any of it and seems to think the reality stars are trying to prey on her family's current situation for their own gain.
"I just think it's really funny that all these 'Bachelor' stars are trying to get their five minutes of fame," she said. "If they don't get it on that show, they find another way to get it. It's sad, but the truth always wins."
Savannah also seems to think that, even if a sex tape did exist, her father would never try to extort Lindsie. "If anything, he would try to help her, because that is something you should be embarrassed about," she maintained. "It's extremely sad that my dad has a child of his that's trying to make his life so miserable because she wasn't on the show and didn't get the attention that she wanted."
When it comes to her sister, Savannah says she does have love for Linsdie but that rekindling any kind of relationship with her is out of the cards.
"I do love her, I wish nothing but the best for her, but she needs to focus on herself instead of trying to tear other people down," Savannah said, noting that she would never be able to forgive her sister, "no matter what."