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It’s been nearly a year since Apollo Nida has seen his kids, because his estranged wife Phaedra Parks is still refusing to bring them to visit him in prison, reports Radar Online.

Apollo began his eight-year prison sentence for fraud last Sept. 10. According to Radar Online, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star and the couple’s sons Ayden, 5, and Dylan, 2, have not made the trip to Kentucky, where he is being held in Federal prison.

In April, Parks defended her decision not to take her sons to see their father.


“The one thing I will say is that every single decision I make is based on one thing: the well-being of my two boys,” she said. “It’s easy for people to ask why she did that or why she isn’t doing this, but the simple truth is unless you are in that situation yourself, you really can’t make that judgment.”

Nida had pleaded with his wife to bring them and insisted that he needed “that support” from his family.

But Phaedra wasn’t trying to hear it.

“I do my best to make smart decisions after carefully considering all options and consulting with experts and others who advise me,” she said. “I know in my heart that everything I do is based on what is best for my children.”

(Photo: Bravo TV, Phaedra Parks IG)

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7 thoughts on “Phaedra Parks Still Won’t Allow Sons To Visit Apollo In Jail [PHOTO]

  1. Apollo was not to concerned about his children, if he was criminal activities would not have been his main priority. I would not take my children to the Federal Institution.

  2. She chased after him and knew he was fresh out of prison, laid down with him made a baby before being married, lied about her pregnancy, had another baby knowing he was a ex-con and now she’s running from him. This scandalous chick calls herself a southern belle, poor example wishful thinking, Anybody who knows about the name southern belle should know Phakedra Parks is not one.

    • Really sad. You chose this man. These kids had no choice in who their parents were. Right or wrong he is their father…albeit a poor excuse for a dad…..that was your mistake not theirs.
      8 yrs is a long time to believe you don’t have a father. Goodluck with the outcome on this one.

  3. Determining what age a child should be in seeing their father in jail, is really up to the mother of the children. No one should be forced into it.

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