Bravo’s most popular Real Housewives franchise has begun filming its seventh season as the peaches of The Real Housewives of Atlanta all took a trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico this week where they celebrated new cast member Demetria McKinney’s birthday in style! Keep reading for TONS of photos from the trip, including the first group shot of all seven housewives plus new “Friend of the Housewives” Claudia Jordan! Oh, and there’s a also a video of Kandi Burruss wearing a corset and channeling Nicki Minaj as she becomes “AnaKandi.”
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The Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s Phaedra Parks put her experience as a grief counselor to work as she offered her support to the family of Michael Brown, an unarmed teen who was shot and killed by police in Ferguson, Missouri over the weekend. See photos of Phaedra with Michael Brown’s mother and grandmother at a press conference earlier this week and read Phaedra’s reactions to the shooting.
Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member Phaedra Parks is a successful attorney so I’m sure she’s had to deal with her own share of courtroom craziness while doing her job. Some of this same legal wackiness came her way during a deposition in her defamation case against Angela Stanton. Get Phaedra’s interesting replies to questioning about Apollo’s manhood and his penchant for frequenting strip clubs.
Will Phaedra Parks wait for her man? That seems to be the big question after husband Apollo Nida was sentenced to eight years in prison and ordered to pay nearly $2 million in restitution. Now he’s speaking out about their status…
“I owe, I owe, it’s off to prison I go…” That’s the song that The Real Housewives of Atlanta‘s Apollo Nida is singing after a judge ordered that he pay close to $2 million in restitution to the victims of his numerous mail, bank and wire fraud schemes — this being on top of the eight-year prison sentence. Keep reading to find out everyone he owes money to and read what could be his last tweets for almost a decade!
Apollo Nida, the husband of The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks, pleaded guilty to charges of mail, wire and bank fraud and this afternoon he appeared in an Atlanta court to receive sentencing. Keep reading to find out how long Apollo will be behind bars!
On tonight’s Real Housewives oF Atlanta special episode with the men Apollo claimed that he was arrested because he just got caught up in some allegations brought against “somebody else.” Since then, he had pled guilty to fraud charges. There have been rumors in the press that Apollo and Phaedra were having marital troubles ever […]
Apollo Nida pleaded guilty to charges of wire, mail and bank fraud in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia earlier today. During his court appearance he owned up to his crimes and claimed that he was just trying to keep up with his wife Phaedra Parks, who he says had a $600,000 contract with Bravo for her role on The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Keep reading for highlights of what else Apollo had to say about his crimes as well as how much time he is facing at his sentencing on July 8.
As we previously reported, Apollo Nida’s alleged co-conspirator Gayla St. Julien was sentenced to 61 months in prison last week for her part in the mail, bank and wire fraud schemes she told the Secret Service were masterminded by Apollo, who was also later arrested with Gayla’s help. Currently behind bars, Gayla issued a lengthy statement to media outlets this morning via her God daughter to address whether or not she testified against Apollo, why she didn’t name Phaedra Parks as part of the fraud schemes, and her thoughts on Phaedra Parks’ accuser Angela Stanton.
As The Real Housewives of Atlanta drama explodes on screen during the 27-part Reunion special, the legal drama of Phaedra Parks’ husband Apollo Nida appears to be heating up off-screen as his alleged co-conspirator Gayla St. Julien is sentenced to 61 months for her part in their bank fraud schemes — and that’s with a reduced sentence thanks to giving up Apollo! Meanwhile, Apollo is still awaiting trial, although that may not happen because he waived his indictment on Monday, which usually means a plea deal is imminent. Keep reading to get all caught up!