On the final episode of RHOA, Cynthia Bailey admitted that the FEDs had raided her house because Apollo had left some things there before going to the pokey. I don’t know about you, but I’m wondering what he left there? Andy what reason do you give? Hey, um, Peter, I just want to leave this Rolex and the suitcase full of cash at your house, okay? Because I just don’t want to lug all of these valuables around anymore.
In her very brief Bravo Blog, Cynthia shares with us exactly what was left at their home.
Bravotv.com: Were you shocked when the FEDs showed up to claim Apollo’s things?
CB: I think most people would be shocked if the FEDs turned up on their door step! When Peter was asked by Apollo several years ago to leave his car at our house for a couple of days, there was no cause for Peter not to agree. At that time, Peter and I were not aware of any reason why this action would later warrant a visit from the FEDs.
So “several years ago” Apollo wanted to leave a car at your townhouse with limited parking spots? And you saw no reason for Peter not to agree? Are you running a tow lot? He left a car there for several years? Was Peter driving it? Was it rusting in the driveway? After the first year, did you think to say, “Dude, here’s your car?”
Let’s hope Peter wasn’t driving it.
What reason would Apollo be able to give to make someone think that keeping a car on their property was a good idea? There is a very large parking garage at Phaedra’s house. It is true that she doesn’t let anyone park on her driveway. There are always cars in the cul de sac from the platoon of babysits and nannies who are there 24/7. I would imagine that Apollo was allowed to park in the garage. He did rent a car right before turning himself in. I can’t recall if the FEDs took one of his cars from the house.
Does this make anyone else think that Peter was at least aware that Apollo was up to something fishy?