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Apollo Nida’s July 4th holiday last as a free man? ‘RHOA’ star sentencing soon

Apollo Nida's sentencing coming soon
Apollo Nida's sentencing coming soon
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Apollo Nida might not be seen on the TV every week as the show “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” has finished with the season. However, when the judge hands down Apollo's sentence, the world will be watching to find out exactly what Nida’s fate will be. The reality star is facing a tough future and the upcoming July 4th holiday might be the last time he is a free man for a while. According to Venture Capital Post on Wednesday, the sentencing hearing is on July 8, 2014.

The chance for Apollo Nida to walk out of court without a significant jail sentence is looking bleaker and bleaker every day. As fans realize that the charges are significant, there also is the factor that he arranged a plea deal to avoid a long court issue.

The charges could land Nida in jail for 30 years according to KPopstarz on Friday. The charges stem from the plea agreement reached with the government regarding the charges of bank fraud and identity theft in January. Prosecutors alleged that he created fake companies, enabling him to access databases to find individuals to rip off. Radar Online reported that the reality star sat down with prosecutors after the arranged plea and gave details to the investigators.

If Apollo Nida gets sentenced to jail, it probably will end his career as a Bravo celebrity. The reality star probably won’t get clearance to continue his story line in jail and there is also the question if the fans would be interested in seeing what happens in a prison.

Fans are also asking what might happen to Nida’s wife, Phaedra Parks. While the situation looks bleak for Apollo, Phaedra had nothing to do with the situation and she will continue her life as mother and professional in the Atlanta area. Of course, her situation might chance if she decides to move on after Apollo Nida’s sentencing. Nobody would blame her if she decided to separate or divorce her man after the sentencing.