Apollo Nida says ex-wife, Phaedra Parks and attorney had left him to rot after he began his eight-year sentence in his 2014 conviction of identity theft and money laundering more than $2 million through fraudulent accounts KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, August 29, 2022

Apollo Nida says ex-wife, Phaedra Parks and attorney had left him to rot after he began his eight-year sentence in his 2014 conviction of identity theft and money laundering more than $2 million through fraudulent accounts

Apollo Nida made an appearance on the latest episode of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” as he opened up to Sheree Whitfield about where things stand between him and ex-wife Phaedra Parks. 

But judging by his words, Nida still feels some type of way about their split, insisting that the reality star and attorney had left him to rot after he began his eight-year sentence in his 2014 conviction of identity theft and money laundering more than $2 million through fraudulent accounts.

“When my ex left me, you know, she left me basically to die, you know? Phaedra basically left me to rot,” Nida, who was granted a supervised release in 2019 yet still ordered to serve five years on probation. He also accused his former flame of not allowing him to see their kids, Ayden and Dylan, and recalled her being absent from things such as his court sentencing, which appeared to have left him feeling hurt.

“It showed me you wasn’t there for me,” Nida retorted. In his confessional, he referred to Parks as being “cold-blooded” because she didn’t support him though she was supposed to be his wife. #Socialites, would y’all have stayed with your significant other if they were facing those sort of criminal charges?

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