Kenya Moore and other people not putting money on Apollo Nida’s ‘book’ in jail


Gayla St. Julien

Nida’s admitted co-conspirator is none too pleased with the reality star and made that emphatically clear in an alleged letter from prison. Gayla St. Julien who dubbed herself his “right hand b—” in their identity theft scheme, is said to have written a note from behind bars denouncing Nida.

“Apollo made a promise to me that he would support me if the inevitable ever happened,” the Atlanta woman reportedly wrote. “Two weeks prior to the inevitable happening, I was made aware of my arrest,  I went to him and he abandoned me. With a husband and children, I faced this head on; I wasn’t going to run. On that fateful day I already knew I was on my own.”


“On September 11, 2013 I simply chose my life and family over Apollo,” St. Julien allegedly added. “While Apollo cooperated with the secret service,Apollo had the audacity to imply that my husband of three months was somehow involved in our crimes. Nothing could be further from the truth. APOLLO IF YOU READ THIS — I KEPT YOUR WIFE OUT OF THIS —SOMEONE HAS TO STAY AND CARE FOR THE CHILDREN; LET’S LEAVE IT AT THAT!!!!!!!”

St. Julien certainly won’t be sending her alleged co-conspirator cash if he’s incarcerated considering that’s she’s already in jail for five years because of her ties to his alleged identity theft.

Even if she was a free woman however, it sounds like she’d be uninterested.

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