Phaedra Parks (pictured left) has been making the news a lot lately over issues that have to do with instability and dysfunction.
Earlier this month, HealthyBlackWoman.com reported that Parks, 43, was not given a new contract to reappear on Season 10 of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta (RHOA),” the popular reality television show on Bravo that Parks has been a longtime co-star of.
Word circulated about Parks losing her spot on the show after LoveBScott.com reported that an unnamed source close to the RHOA production team gave an exclusive interview with one of B. Scott’s contributors.
In their interview, the unnamed source talked about how show producers had grown weary of Parks’ consistent lies about everything.
“Everyone was given their renewal papers last week and Phaedra didn’t get hers. She got caught in so many treacherous lies this season that even the producers (including Andy Cohen) have had enough,” the source was quoted as saying.
“She even brought ‘fake’ divorce papers to the reunion to prove a point. No one knows whether she’s telling the truth about anything anymore,” the source continued.
When it comes to the “fake divorce papers,” the unnamed source may have indeed told the truth in their interview with LoveBScott.com. The Inquisitr reported on Thursday (April 27th) that a family law judge made a recent ruling against the legitimacy of Parks’ divorce with Apollo Nida (pictured right).
Nida, 38, a former RHOA co-star, is currently in federal prison for fraud and other financial crimes. Parks went to the family law judge to present her divorce filings. However, there were legal flaws in the paperwork. The Inquisitr’s report on this issue partially reads as follows:
“The judge still decided that her filing wasn’t correct and she still had to fix it. On top of that, Phaedra claimed to have already paid Apollo the $100,000 that she owed him after the divorce was final. Phaedra Parks and Apollo Nida both signed a prenup, but the kicker is that it was signed just nine days before the RHOA couple got married. In it, both Phaedra and Apollo waived their right to spousal support in the event that they were to divorce. Apparently, the prenup also dictates that both Phaedra and Apollo would leave the marriage with precisely what they brought into it.”
Parks is an attorney in her life outside of television. This makes it seem odd that she lacked the resources and expertise to satisfy a certain legal requirement before a judge in a court of law.