'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star Apollo Nida engaged in prison
Nov 15, 2016, 05:00
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Phaedra Parks' (far right) ex-husband is moving on from their relationship from prison.
Apollo's new fiance lives in New Jersey fairly close to the federal prison where he's serving his sentence, the website said, adding that she visits twice a week. The "RHOA" star is allegedly engaged to a mystery woman, and he's apparently been with her for YEARS!
On a recently episode of "Housewives", Phaedra spoke to co-star Porsha Williams about her decision to end things with Apollo. Producers reportedly are keeping her identity anonymous until the episode airs. However, after almost five years of marriage, the 43-year-old Parks filed for divorce in 2015 and recently announced its finalization.
It is set to be an explosive season - Phaedra's reaction to her ex husband's new fiancée was reportedly filmed. To make RHOA even more interesting in this season without Nene Leakes, Bravo has already said that Phaedra Parks will learn of Apollo's engagement while the cameras are rolling.
Poor Phaedra can't hide under her prayer cloth to avoid this mess! Phaedra confirmed her separation from him the very next month in October 2014, and was said to have started the divorce proceedings. #RHOA Phaedra Parks Lying About Being Divorced From Apollo Nida?
Although Apollo Nida, 37, is behind bars for fraud, he's still managed to strike up a romantic relationship, according to a new report. We're hoping that information does get leaked though because it's got to be juicy for RHOA to film and keep such a big secret in order to have a big reveal in the first place.
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