TV Personality Phaedra Parks Accused by The Judge of being Unfair on Husband Apollo Nida!
The drama is yet to unfold! The divorce between Real Housewives of Atlanta cast star Phaedra Parks and her estranged husband Apollo Nida just got a bit hype and became complicated.
Shocking news unfolded as a judge reportedly reversed Phaedra Parks divorce from troubled jailbird husband, Apollo Nida. A judge ultimately turned down Parks' divorce judgment and said that it was "unfair" to Nida citing multiple reasons.
The judge stated in his ruling that Nida was troubled by several things in the judgment and particularly Phaedra was "intentionally misspelling the parties’ names."
TMZ stated that the judge was disturbed by the fact that Apollo Nida was told he would be able to attend future divorce hearings from his prison, which was apparently never an option to begin the issue.
Phaedra Parks' imprisoned husband was also not made aware of their final hearing and even served with documents notifying him that their divorce was a final deal. So, technically, now, he and Parks are still legally married.
Phaedra's rep Steve Honig said:
"It’s very confusing why a man who is engaged and enjoys frequent visits with his fiancée would work so aggressively to avoid ending his marriage."
Moreover, he added:
"Regardless, Phaedra is reviewing her options with her attorney to determine the most efficient path toward ending this marriage so she can move forward and focus on raising strong, healthy and happy children.”
The 43-year-old Real Housewives of Atlanta, Parks had been documenting the end of her seven-year marriage with Apollo Nida on the hit Bravo show’s ninth season. The couple also shares two kids together, sons Ayden and Dylan, who currently reside with the mother.
The couple split in 2014, began divorce proceedings last season in 2016 on the reality show. Apollo Nida is currently serving an eight-year prison sentence after he was pleaded guilty to bank fraud and identity theft in May of 2014. He was also incarcerated from 2003 till 2009 for car theft charges.