Last month, Phaedra Parks’ husband, Apollo Nida, turned himself over to federal authorities after he was charged with fraud and identity theft, and many — including Phaedra and Apollo hater Wendy Williams — wondered if the lawyer-turned star of The Real Housewives of Atlanta was really in the dark about her hubby’s alleged illegal activity.
According to new documents from the Georgia Secretary of State corporations database obtained by RadarOnline.com, Phaedra and Apollo are listed as founding officers of numerous businesses including “National Recovery Group, Inc.,” “Nida, Inc.,” “Nida Fitness Inc.,” and Nida Group, Inc.”
However, it’s important to note that none of the businesses mentioned above were listed in the federal indictment that came down last month. Still, this new info does seem to link Phae-Phae to Apollo’s questionable business dealings.
Apparently, Apollo created a bevy of fake businesses in an effort to gain access to personal information databases. “I believe [these businesses] were set up for the purpose of obtaining access to LexisNexis, Equifax, and similar databases,” the new documents claim.
However, Phaedra could take a page out of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice’s handbook and assert that Apollo or someone else forged her name and signature on the worrisome docs. And despite rumors to the contrary, Apollo’s recent mess isn’t about to get Phaedra disbarred, at least not yet.
A rep for Georgia State Bar tells Radar,”She is an active member and has no public discipline. She has never been disbarred or suspended and is a member in good standing.” If it’s proven that Phaedra was a knowing accomplice in Apollo’s schemes, these circumstances could change, though the rep for the Georgia Bar didn’t feel comfortable delving into all of those specifics just yet.
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