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‘RHOA’ star Phaedra Parks could go down with husband and lose career?

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“The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Phaedra Parks has kept quiet since her husband was charged with fraud and identity theft. He has been trying to prove his innocence, but she hasn’t said much. And since she is a lawyer, many are wondering how did she not know anything about this fraud. According to a new Radar Online report published on Feb. 3, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Phaedra Parks could be linked to Apollo Nida’s fake companies that led him to a fraud charge.

Apparently, Phaedra is involved with Apollo’s false businesses, even if it is in name only. The complaint reads, “When i describe these businesses as fake, what I mean is that while they may have been validly organized as entities wit the Georgia Secretary of State, they existed for a purpose other than the apparent business purpose implied by the entity name. In other words, I believe [they] were set up for the purpose of obtaining access to LexisNexis, Equifax, and similar databases.”

She has not been charged in connection with these false companies. Her husband is facing charges, but it sounds like she may be off the hook. She has been in good standing in Georgia. “She is an active member and has no public discipline,” a rep has revealed about her legal standing in the state. “She has never been disbarred or suspended and is a member in good standing.”

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