From the things I keep meaning to tell you department, Apollo Nida has been moved from Kentucky’s FMC Lexington to New Jersey’s FCI Fort Dix. And yes, Fort Dix is where Joe Giudice will be headed in March. Small world, huh?
Remember when I told you about the RDAP Apollo was admitted to? The federal system has a program called the 500-Hour Residential Drug Abuse Program. If you ever find yourself heading to federal prison, first hire Tom Bever, then you need to immediately begin doing drugs or at least tell the court you have a drug problem. Because if you can get a coveted spot in this program (a judge has to grant your admission, which means you need to know about it before you get to jail and do what it takes to get yourself in it), you can earn up to 18 months off your sentence. PLUS! You get to do your last six months in a half-way house. So that is two less years in the actual prison. Since Bever got Apollo in the program, he could potentially be released in FIVE YEARS and TWO MONTHS! And six of those months would be in a halfway house.
I was thinking that perhaps his transfer had something to do with the RDAP; however, both prisons have the same program. Prison transfers can be fairly common due to over crowding. Lexington is a medical facility and most likely Apollo needed to give up his bed for someone who needed medical care.
It does seem to be a strange coincidence that Apollo and Joe would be in the same prison at the same time. But that’s Bravo for you. Am I the only immature one who giggles at a prison being called “Fort Dix” ?
The other interesting thing is it seems that Phaedra is on the prowl these days. So why is she not divorcing Apollo? The streets claim there has been infidelity on both sides of that marriage. Perhaps they have an open relationship of some sort? But if so that doesn’t really explain why Phaedra was gone so much the year before Apollo “went asunder.” What are the benefits of them staying married? What are the benefits of them divorcing? I’m really not sure what to make of that marriage.