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Less than two weeks of freedom remain for Apollo Nida who was sentenced last month to eight years in jail for his part in a scheme that defrauded millions of dollars from people and businesses. Apollo will serve his sentence in a federal prison in Kentucky and needs to turn himself in by September 10. Knowing you won't get out for a long time must really make those two weeks fly by. That is where you just try and stay awake the entire two weeks and get everything out of the way you won't be able to do. I bet what he won't be doing is spending any time with Phaedra or even his two kids with her. He should, but he probably won't. I think Phaedra is going to wait until the guy is actually in jail before she serves him with divorce papers, although maybe she would like to keep him as husband until all her current court cases are settled. That is assuming of course that he wouldn't want to throw her under a bus. After serving his jail time, Apollo has to pay $2M in restitution which he is never going to be able to do.
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