Even though it seems as if Apollo Nida, twice-convicted felon husband to “Real Housewives Of Atlanta,” star Phaedra Parks, turned himself into prison just last week, he’s actually been incarcerated for six months. Radar is reporting that the charismatic, electric drill carrying, ex-reality star “has become withdrawn and isolated in prison.” The only thing keeping him going is the phone chats with his young sons, Ayden, 4 and Dylan, 18-months.
Shocking that Phaedra allowed the phone calls to even take place…this is the same woman who wouldn’t attend the sentencing of her husband because it might reflect poorly on her. The insider said,
“Phone calls with Ayden and Dylan bring him a lot of joy. Although it’s hard for Dylan to talk on the phone because of his age, Ayden tells his daddy he is taking care of his baby brother. It’s incredibly sweet.”
Apollo will have eight years to contemplate his mistakes and poor choices, meanwhile, the insiders are saying that Apollo has no legitimate plans to pay back the $2 million he owes in restitution to the IRS and JP Morgan Chase.
“What kind of job will Apollo be able to get after getting out of prison as a convicted felon?”
Well, there’s always ditch-digging, but due to his current unemployed status from the RHOA, attempts to garnish Apollo’s wages have been terminated by a judge. The insider explained, “Apollo doesn’t have any money. There are no secret bank accounts, or hidden assets.”
But as we’ve learned by watching convicted felons Joe and Teresa Guidice, Apollo will still owe the money to his creditors when he gets out of the clink.
“Apollo knows that any future job he is able to get, the government will seek to recover the $2 million in restitution from his wages,” the source claimed. “When the creditors are the IRS and a bank, those agencies are aggressive and will get their money, even if it takes twenty years.”
Can I get an amen!
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