Phaedra Parks's legal career isn't being taken away from her - at least for now. As reported by All About The Real Housewives on Wednesday, Feb. 5, a representative for the Georgia State Bar has denied that Phaedra is facing disbarment because of her link to husband Apollo Nida's federal charges of bank fraud and identity theft.
There was speculation that Phaedra is in danger of losing her right to practice law in Georgia because of the recent revelation that Phaedra was involved, at least in paper, with some of Apollo's business dealings.
"She (Phaedra) is an active member and has no public discipline. She has never been disbarred or suspended and is a member in good standing," a rep for the Georgia State Bar said.
Documents from the Georgia Secretary of State Corporations database show that Phaedra is listed as a founding officer, along with Apollo, of several businesses. However, none of those businesses were listed in Apollo’s indictment as the "fake" companies that he set up in order to steal people's identities.
So far, Phaedra is keeping silent on the whole messy affair. On Twitter, she has mostly only been promoting her book signing and tweeting about African American history. It seems that airing one's dirty laundry in public is one thing that's definitely a no-no for this Southern belle, unless it's for "The Real Housewives of Atlanta."
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