Phaedra Parks’ Ex Apollo Nida Released from Prison & Moved to Halfway House

Fresh from his release from prison, Phaedra Park's former husband, Apollo Nida looked dapper when he was spotted near his halfway house walking closely with his fiance. 

Apollo Nida has been released from prison and he's gone from wearing an orange suit to looking dapper in a crisp white shirt.

LOOKING LIKE A FREE MAN

The ex-husband of Phaedra Parks cleaned up nicely during his post-prison sighting with his fiancé Sherien Almufti. Spotted near his halfway house where he’ll be staying till the remainder of his sentence, Nida looked every inch a free man as he walked with his soon-to-be wife with his arm around her shoulders. 

The former "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star who sported an unshaven beard was dressed in a long-sleeved white shirt and grey slacks. His girlfriend matched him wearing a figure-hugging sleeveless top and a shapely pastel skirt.  

Photos of their stroll were featured by The Blast revealing a strong connection between the couple despite being apart for most of their relationship. 

A TIMELINE OF EVENTS SURROUNDING HIS IMPRISONMENT

Nida was convicted for wire and bank fraud after he pled guilty in 2014. He was sentenced to 8 years in prison. He and Almufti began a relationship in 2017, just a short second after Parks filed for divorce. 

Last weekend, Nida was released from prison but was obligated to stay in a halfway house until he completes the remainder of his sentence which ends in mid-October. His original release date was scheduled for August 2020 but a federal judge reduced his prison time by a year in March. 

A WEDDING ON THE WAY

It’s unclear if Nida will be tying the knot with Almulfi shortly though it was revealed in the past that they would get married as soon as he’s released. Last year, Almufti appeared to be preparing for the big day when she went bridal dress shopping in an episode of “Say Yes to the Dress.”

In the meantime, Nida remains in close watch as he starts a new life. Fans will also be keeping a close watch on the engaged couple in case they decide to get hitched.