Reality TV personality Apollo Nida is no longer a fugitive from the law. The white collar criminal turned himself in to prison authorities in Lexington, Kentucky early this morning — and get this — a Bravo producer and cameraman were with him.
Michael Dunn, the Florida who fatally shot 17-year-old Jordan Davis during an argument over loud music, compared himself to a rape victim during a recorded jailhouse phone call.
A Florida jury convicted Dunn, 47, on three counts of 2nd-degree attempted murder for shooting up the SUV that Davis and his 3 friends were riding in.
“I was the one that was being preyed upon and I fought back,” Dunn told his fiancée, Rhonda Rouer, according to audio released by the prosecutor’s office on Monday.
Rapper Ja Rule who is serving a 2-year sentence on weapons possession charges will leave prison earlier than expected. According to his website, Ja Rule, 36, will be released from prison in February 2013. The “Put It On Me” rapper reported to prison in June 2011.
The rapper, real name Jeffrey Atkins, kept himself busy studying for his high school diploma during his time in prison. He received his diploma earlier this year. The budding actor already has movie roles lined up. His next movie, I’m In Love With A Church Girl, is due out in Spring 2013.
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