TamaraTattles.com has a new source on Apollo Nida that is not related to the Phaedra Parks v Angela Stanton case. I found out a few interesting things although the details are hazy. It involves someone who was depositioned in the Parks v Stanton defamation case, the father of one of Angela’s children, Justin Cody.
Justin is an interesting character in the defamation case, because initially it was believed that because of some ill will between Justin and Angela over visitation and such, that Justin was going to be a witness for Phaedra. But according to Justin’s Deposition here he had a change of heart and decided to do the right thing for his kid, and testify truthfully. At the time of the deposition, Justin was being held in the Robert A Deyton detention facility for pre-trial prisoners and/or pre-designation felons awaiting their prison assignments.
Justin was at some point assigned to Lexington , Kentucky and that is when the story gets interesting. First I should note that it is very common for prisoners to be transferred within the Bureau of Prisons for a variety of reasons, most commonly to maintain the proper ratios of prisoners to guards, but there are many other reasons. The fact that both prisoners have been moved doesn’t necessarily prove that anything I am about to share actually occurred. However, I am confident in my source.
Here is what my new source has exclusively told TamaraTattles.com. When Apollo Nida “went asunder” at Lexington, Justin Cody was already an inmate there. Lexington is a relatively small facility that is classified as “administrative” with regard to its security level. Because it is designated a medical facility they have all levels of prisoners there and house them according to their security level. According to my source, Apollo was in the same area with Justin and they had an altercation. I am not clear on whether it was a physical altercation, or a verbal sparring match. But something went down with these two.
Shortly after Apollo arrived, Justin was transferred to Atlanta USP which is a medium security prison, and definitely not on the short list of places one wants to be housed. There are a lot of horror stories about Atlanta USP out there and it is generally a prison where people go to await a transfer. As of today, Justin is still at Atlanta USP.
Apollo was transferred to Fort Dix, a low security prison, about a year later. I have no way to know if there was disciplinary action taken against either Justin or Apollo. It does seem that Apollo got the much better transfer out of Lexington. If their was disciplinary action taken it could affect the release date for whoever was written up.
Justin is expected to be released in the fall of 2019 with Apollo ‘s sentence ending toward the end of 2020.
My new source reinforces what I continue to hear regarding Apollo and Phaedra. Phaedra is afraid to divorce him because he might take revenge with telling all he knows about Phaedra.