LOS ANGELES (LALATE EXCLUSIVE) – Apollo Nida’s “fraud charges” are addressed in the RHOA Reunion 2014 tonight and again Saturday. There is no Apollo Nida indictment, Apollo has not been indicted, and he has not been charged. But the government has until Friday April 25, 2014 to indict or seek fraud charges against Apollo, LALATE can exclusively report.
Andy Cohen asks Phaedra Parks tonight about an “Apollo Nida indictment”. Parks corrects Cohen and says Apollo Nida has not been indicted. She explains that the fraud matter is a criminal “complaint”. Apollo will later join the RHOA Reunion next Saturday to controversy.
LALATE, however, can exclusively report that Apollo Nida had several restrictions issued against him previously. Some are boilerplate, others are specialized. First, Apollo was released on a Non-Surety Bond set in the amount of $25,000.0. The general conditions included at the time that Apollo may not break the law. He must cooperate with DNA sample. He must contact the court if he changes his residence or telephone number.
Next, several special condition were added. Apollo was not permitted to drink any alcohol. And what if he wants to fly to New York for WWHL? “Defendant may travel outside direct with pretrial supervision”. The court ruled ” Defendant may travel outside the district with U.S. Pretrial Services supervision; stricter than normal supervision; no alcohol consumption at all; other standard conditions as set out in the Order Setting Conditions of Release.”
As Phaedra explained, Apollo has not yet been indicted nor charged as of the March 2014 reunion taping. The court has ruled that “the Government shall have until April 25, 2014, to indict or otherwise formally charge the Defendant in this case. Failure to do so by that time will result in the dismissal of the above-styled complaint … excludable time is allowed from March 26 … through and including April 25.” Also the court notes that the parties may be discussing resolution of the matter. “This delay will allow the parties the reasonable time necessary to discuss a resolution of the allegations”.