I am reading though the plea agreement now. Just as we suspected, the reason this loser is not behind bars is because he has agreed to snitch. It’s right there in the plea deal under “Consent to Undercover Work” where he agrees to be wired and speak with whoever the government instructs him to speak with. At this time I should point out that in addition to Apollo having an attorney, he has also added himself on to the case as Pro Se (his own attorney). I’m being told that may be something Phaedra wanted as it allows Apollo to receive all the court documents his attorney gets. Some are suggesting this duplicate paperwork is for Phaedra to stay on top of what is going on. Like the fact he is going to be roaming around wearing wires. He has also agreed that the government can contact him directly for these assignments without going through his attorney.
It sure seems like they are looking to arrest at least one other person as part of this deal.
From my reading of the agreement, the Feds are agreeing to inform the court that Apollo has no money to pay his fines. Really? So every last dime went to strippers? What about all of these events he hosting for a dollar? Or all the $6.99 autographs he was selling? What about that $32,000 a month check he was bragging about on Sister to Sister? So no fines? Really?
The Feds agree to recommend a sentence at the low end of the determined sentencing range. Really? A $2.3 million dollar scam deserves the low level of the sentencing range? That said, it looks like his range is Apollo is 121-151 months (1o years 1 month to 12 years 7 months). So it looks like he agreed to ten years and some change. How much of that he will have to do in actual time remains to be seen.
He will have to pay restitution, it doesn’t specify how much. They are confiscating his laptop and all the other stuff they seized from him. He has to do a financial report and can’t sell any assets of $1,000. He can’t hide or transfer assets. The usual.
So that’s the plea deal. He’s wear a wire and snitch on whoever he can, and take a ten-year stretch.
Do you think the sentence is fair?