Word on the streets in Atlanta is that Phaedra Parks and Apollo Nida both insist that Apollo is NOT guilty of the several federal charges he’s facing, including bank fraud and identity theft.
But despite his profession of innocence, he’snot quite ready for his day in court. RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that Nida filed a motion pleading with a federal judge to postpone his criminal hearing.
According to court documents filed on February 10, Nida has asked for “an extension of time up to and including March 25, 2014.”
The delay “will allow the parties sufficient time to discuss a potential resolution of this case,” such as a settlement, the documents explain.
While Apollo’s wife Phaedra hasn’t been charged or named as of yet, she has been linked to several of Apollo’s business — including National Recovery Group, a debt collection agency very similar to the businesses that HAVE been named in the complaint.