Phadera Parks husband, Apollo Nida’s job has been sort of a mystery for the entire time that he has appeared on the Real Housewived of Atlanta. I have been obsessed with why he seems to always have a backpack with him during his scenes on RHOA.
According to Sandra Rose, “Apollo Nida surrendered to US Marshalls yesterday on charges of bank fraud and aggravated identity fraud. Nida appeared in front of a US magistrate judge at US District Court in downtown Atlanta.” Nida was granted a pretrial bond.
So has Apollo been living a life of crime this time? If he is convicted of bank fraud, he could be sentenced for up to 30 years and face hefty fines. A conviction on the charge of aggravated identity fraud would add another two years to his sentence which must be served consecutively.
So will Phaedra be the next housewife to face federal charges? How much did she know and what is her involvement?
Story developing. Stay tuned for update.
UPDATE: Sandra Rose a has updated her story to say she will have the court documents on Monday.
When AJC blogger Rodney Ho was asked if Sandra was his only source he said the following, “I got the information confirmed at the courthouse. I was waiting to get the actual complaint filing in my hand but for some reason, our access to the database was not working this afternoon. So I sat on it until I saw Sandra post something. I wanted to get more details before posting but since it was out there, I decided to just go with what we had.” In this instance, “what he had” seems to be the exact same thing as “what Sandra Rose posted.”
UPDATE: PACER did have a problem today. Possibly hacked or just a technical problem.
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Legal advisors I have spoken with find it VERY ODD that he would be given a pretrial bond if he violated parole.
To sum things up: The water is getting very murky on this one.
For those asking about Angela Stanton’s book (which I never believe) the links are here.