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The Feds still aren’t done with Apollo Nida

Apollo Nida
Photo credit: Instagram – @apollonida03

It’s been more than a year since former “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Apollo Nida first began serving his 8-year prison sentence for fraud and identity theft. Since then, the feds have seized much of Nida’s belongings as they attempt to recoup the more the nearly $2 million he owes for his crimes. However, new reports claim that the feds aren’t done with him yet and that they still want to seize even more of his property.

According to media reports, sources claim that the government is intent on getting their money back sooner than later and that they want Nida to put his 1964 Buick Skylark up for auction to help pay down the nearly $1.94M debt that he owes.

Unfortunately for Nida, even if he does sell his Skylark, it won’t bring him much closer to settling his debt. Sources say that a Skylark in mint condition will most likely only sell for about $25K.

This isn’t the first time that the Feds have come for some of Nida’s automobiles. Last year, the Feds famously came to Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker’s home to seize a 2014 Ducati and a Yamaha Raptor ATV that the married couple was storing for Nida while he’s in prison. Cast mate Cynthia Bailey also claimed that the Feds came to her home to seize some items that her husband, Peter Thomas, was storing for Nida.

However, the seizure caused a stir among the cast because Nida’s estranged wife, Phaedra Parks, claimed that she wasn’t aware that Burruss and Tucker, as well as Bailey, were storing items for her husband and she claims that the Feds initially came to her looking for the items. Things went even further downhill when a clip of Parks confronting Burruss about the property aired on TV and a week later the Feds showed up at Burruss and Tucker’s doorstep to retrieve the autos.

Burruss revealed that she was suspicious that Parks might have called the Feds on her, while Tucker has openly admitted that he fully believes that Parks was the one who caused the seizure at their home. However, Parks has denied tipping off the Feds about the whereabouts of the items.

Well, it seems like by the time it’s all said and done, Nida won’t have much of anything left to his name when he gets out of prison.

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