Real Housewives of Atlanta star Apollo Nida was sent back to prison for violating the terms of his parole while serving the remainder of his sentence in a Philadelphia halfway house.
Apollo, 40, was released from prison to a halfway house on Tuesday, May 4, after serving 5 years of his 8-year sentence for identity theft, conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank fraud. He was scheduled to officially complete his sentence in October.
The Blast reports Apollo was re-arrested by the United States Marshals for violating the terms of his probation.
Apollo had a list of rules to follow while living in the halfway house and he reportedly broke the rules by having intimate relations in the halfway house. Most halfway houses allow visitors only in specific areas of the building. Some halfway houses do not allow visitors at all.
Soon after entering the halfway house on May 4, Apollo was spotted strolling around the neighborhood arm-in-arm with his new fiancée Sherien Almufti, who was a frequent visitor to the halfway house.
It isn't clear if his intimate partner was Sherien or another resident of the halfway house.
The reality star was taken into custody at the Philadelphia Federal Court House and placed back into the prison system. He could now remain behind bars until his original release date of October 15, 2019.