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Apollo Nida’s co-conspirator sentenced: ‘RHOA’ star looking to make plea deal?

Apollo Nida and Phaedra Parks
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The fans of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” are holding their breath on what might happen next to Apollo Nida and the alleged charges of several counts of fraud. The reality star has been making headlines with the proceedings and it looks like he might be making more very soon. According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Thursday, Apollo Nida’s co-conspirator was sentenced a 61-month prison sentence for her role in the criminal acts.

Gayla St. Julien plead guilty to conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank fraud and aggravated identity theft. Allegedly St. Julien worked with Apollo Nida from 2009 to 2013. The charges filed by the federal government against Apollo Nida in his complaint are the same two charges as St. Julien and that has people wondering what is next.

There might be some relief for Apollo Nida on the way as Radar Online is reporting on Thursday that he waived indictment in court. This means there is enough evidence for the case to proceed without any delay. While the case might go forward, there is no doubt statements given by Gayla St. Julien could be used against Nida and shed light on his alleged actions.

While the rumors have been circulating that Apollo Nida is looking to make a plea deal, there probably won’t be any real announcement for two weeks. Bravo is said to air the statements made by Apollo Nida about the situation until the final installment of the reunion show and that is ten days away.

How will Apollo Nida do with the alleged charges against him? Few viewers of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” expect the star to get anything less than jail time. If he does decide to take a plea deal it might mean less headlines for his wife and family, but then again Apollo might feel he needs to defend his innocence and will decide to take the issue before a judge.

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