After he was convicted and sentenced to 8 years in prison for charges relating to fraud, Apollo and Phaedra’s relationship began sinking faster than the Titanic. This season on The Real Housewives of Atlanta, viewers have gotten to see the fallout of the couple and the effect it’s had on their family. In a touching scene on this week’s episode, Apollo offers a heartfelt message for his sons and apologizes for his actions.
It looks like the combination of Xenadrine supplements and the Donkey Booty Workout are doing wonders for The Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s Phaedra Parks!
Apollo Nida may be behind bars in another state, but Phaedra Parks said they are actually maintaining a good relationship — even as they “resolve to dissolve” their marriage.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Apollo Nida isn’t going to let a little thing like eight years behind bars get in the way of business! The prisontrepreneur has launched a website to sell USB wristbands with “It’s Only 4%” printed on them, in reference to the percentage of time working out for an hour a day equates to. Keep reading to find out more and see our suggested modification.
Phaedra Parks was recently a guest on The Ellen Show where she opened up about her soon-to-be ex-husband, his criminal past, and how it has affected their family.
More Bravolebrity legal drama as a Georgia judge has ordered The Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s Phaedra Parks to sit for a second deposition and reveal any non-privileged information she knows about Apollo Nida’s criminal activities after agreeing with defendant Angela Stanton’s attorney that Phaedra gave “evasive or incomplete answers to certain questions” the first time around. Keep reading for more details, including the actual document and the deadline by which Phaedra has to comply.
After five years of marriage, two children, lots of reality television, and huge fraud charges that still pale in comparison to the Giudices, Phaedra Parks and Apollo Nida are calling it quits.