Real Housewives Of Atlanta Phaedra Parks Husband 'Definitely' Going To Jail According To Kenya Moore [VIDEO] RHOA Apollo Nida Accused Of Fraud And 'Shady Businesses'
By Staff Writer | February 18, 2014 05:31 PM EST
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Real Housewives Of Atlanta Phaedra Parks husband Apollo Nida is 'definitely' going to jail according to Atlanta Housewives star Kenya Moore. Kenya slams Phaedra Parks husband on 'Bethenny' saying he is definitely going to jail for his fraud charges. Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks has two little boys with Apollo so jail time would be completely devestating for the Parks family, yet Kenya has absolutely no sympathy for Apollo or Phaedra. Apollo is being charged with fraud for allegations that he ran a shady businesses that stole unsuspecting individuals' identities to be used on various loan applications and other purposes. Currently, Apollo and Phaedra are trying to push back the trial to review the case further. So far Phaedra has not been accused of charges. Parks is a laywer and hopefully knew better than to get involved! But is Parks a good enough lawyer to get her husband off?
Housewives vixen Kenya Moore is rooting for Phaedra Parks husband to go down, still upset that he told Phaedra and the other Housewives that Kenya was hitting on him. She sounding thrilled to tell Bethenny Frankel that jail time is a definite for the Atlanta husband. When Bethenny asked Moore if she thinks Phaedra Parks husband is being sent to prison, Kenya all too happily replied 'definitely.' The Real Housewives franchise has had it's share of serious legal problems. The Real Housewives of New Jersey has Teresa and Joe Giudice accused of 41 counts of fraud and Atlanta Housewives now has Phaedra and Apollo. What is with these Housewives stars? Are they trying to financially keep up with each other? Don't Housewives stars realize everything they do will be scrutinized? Certainly being on The Real Housewives of Atlanta gives you teh platform to make money in other legal ways!
Bethenny Frankel also asked Kenya if the cast of Real Housewives of Atlanta has approached Phaedra Parks or Apollo yet. Kenya laughed then answered, "I've never seen him outside of Housewives tapings but we talk about it amongst the cast obviously. I don't have anything to say to him after the lies he's told on me. I don't have a reason to have a conversation with him." As the most outspoken Housewives star in Atlanta, this isn't the first time Kenya has voiced her ill opinion about Phaedra Parks and Apollo. Kenya recently tweeted:
Losers never win. I have always seen through ppl and I was the first to tell you last season about these ppl and who they really are. I said it all on @ArsenioHall. #youcantbethatdumb #inonit #angelastanton #neverlieonmeagain #evil #fake #whoscrazynow." Kenya also has plenty to say about Phaedra Parks who recently had a baby with Apollo. Moore may dislike Phaedra and Apollo but she should be more worried about their children. But that is asking way to much of Kenya Moore who is self absorbed and heartless.
But Kenya feels Phaedra deserves what she got served continuing:
"She[Phaedra] used a national platform 2 spread disgusting lies about me. She knew what she was doing and last season 2," Kenya stated. "Thank god ppl see the truth of who all these people are and their transparent reasons of defense #nobodybelievesu #urnotastardealwithit."
This is not Apollo's first brush with the law. He serves two periods in jail!
Apollo Nida was convicted for racketeering and began serving his sentence July 28, 2004. He served nearly 5 years of his 18-year sentence before being paroled in May, 2009.
He also served close to 5 months from December 29, 1998 to May 14, 1999 for theft by receiving stolen goods!
Kenya Moore also had plenty to say about Nene Leakes and the fight that broke out on The Real Housewives Of Atlanta.
"Well, let me say this...first of all that's not our brand and you know that. Our show is number one because of universal stories. We're watched by blacks, whites, asians, gay, straight, people love our show because they identify with these women, their stories, and they're universal stories, period. And our show is funny," Kenya said. "We read people, we keep it moving, we're not a vicious group of people, we certainly don't demean ourselves by hitting one another and coming to blows."
"And in our defense, it was very embarrassing and I was embarrassed to be a part of that. It's not our brand and that's something that you'll probably something you'll never see from our franchise because we don't need that. We were number one before, we'll be number one after."
On Nene Leakes and her prior tweet that she was 'on something' Kenya says:
"Well let me just say, when I arrived Nene was as we say she seemed like she was on one. Her mood was very foul, she was very vicious toward me and she berated me with insults the moment she walked in the door."
"So it just seemed like it was a setup from the beginning. I had an argument the week prior with another woman that was there, it was resolved. I was over it and all of the questions NeNe was asking were inflammatory and she wouldn't let anything go...very provocative and with the mood and the tone she set. She set the stage."
I think Apollo and Phaera are not the most wonderful people but Kenya is much worse than the two of them combined. The phony Housewives star needs to learn to learn to shut her mouth. Phaedra and Apollo and Nene have children so what Moore says about them affects more then just the adults.
Do you think Apollo is going to jail?
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