Apollo Nida asks judge to postpone his bank fraud, identity theft case

Apollo Nida bank fraud case

Apollo Nida bank fraud case

A new development has surfaced in the alleged bank fraud/identity theft case against Apollo Nida. The reality TV husband who is accused of working with a Fairburn, Ga., woman named Gayla St. Julien to commit fraud is asking a judge to postpone his criminal hearing.

RadarOnline got first dibs on court documents that show that Nida filed a motion February 10, 2014, asking a federal judge to postpone his criminal hearing. According to the documents, Nida has asked for “an extension of time up to and including March 25, 2014.”


Nida was originally scheduled to appear in court today, February 12, 2014.

The alleged criminal is said to be considering accepting a deal with the government instead of going to trial.


In 2004, Nida served time in prison for breaking federal racketeering laws related to auto title fraud. He served just 5 years of his 18-years sentence. In 2009, he was released on parole and wed Parks later that year.

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