For the past year or so, “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reality star Phaedra Parks has been banking on getting her own Bravo spin-off show and after finally wrapping up production, shady Pha-Pha is going to have to wait a little bit longer before the new show gets any air time due to legal issues.
Bravo producers have decided to put the show on hold due to her husband, Apollo Nida‘s, recent shady ‘fraud’ arrest and impending court case.
Not only is Apollo facing several YEARS behind bars for ‘Identity Theft and Bank Fraud,’ the Daily Mail UK has learned that the couple’s latest reality show series, Rich People’s Problems, is also in jeopardy.
A source at Bravo, who produce the Real Housewives series, said the show is being placed on hold while TV chiefs wait to see the outcome of what happens to her husband.
“All options are being looked at,” said an executive with Bravo TV.
Another former partner-in-crime of Nida, who was jailed for 18 years in 2004 as part of a luxury car theft ring, is convinced Parks will be implicated. He was released in 2009 on parole and Phaedra married him soon after.
‘I cannot see how she can remain out of it,’ said Angela Stanton.
‘Where did she think her husband go all his money from? He didn’t have a job but on the TV show boasted about spending thousands of dollars at strip joints’ Stanton added.
The show was to focus on Parks‘ legal career in the Atlanta area where she bills herself as a “super sassy but always classy attorney to the stars.”
As previously reported, a new report have also linked Phaedra to her husband’s illegal business dealings.
Documents from the Georgia Secretary of State corporations database show Parks listed as a founding officer, with Nida, of several businesses including “National Recovery Group, Inc.,” “Nida, Inc.,” “Nida Fitness Inc.,” and Nida Group, Inc.”
For now, Parks has not been charged. But according to some reports, the practicing lawyer is already facing disbarment from the George State Bar over her connections to the ongoing case.