For days the Internet has been buzzing about the arrest of Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks's husband Apollo Nida. Nida, 35, surrendered to U.S. Marshals on Thursday, Jan. 23, on federal charges of bank fraud, embezzlement, credit card fraud and identity theft.
Now, author Angela Stanton, the woman who may have helped the feds build a case against Nida and Parks, is speaking out for the first time since she went into hiding in September 2013 after receiving death threats.
Stanton's book, Lies of a Real Housewife: Tell the Truth and Shame the Devil, accused Parks, a local attorney, of being the mastermind behind an auto theft ring that operated out of Georgia. Nida was released from a Georgia state prison in 2009 after serving 5 years for his part in the auto theft ring.
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