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Back in September of 2014, Apollo Nida turned himself in to begin serving an eight-year sentence on fraud charges.

At the time, the sketchy reality star was estranged from Real Housewives of Atlanta fan favorite Phaedra Parks, and we think it’s safe to say she didn’t have any second thoughts about calling it quits before he started his sentence.

Nida was late to report to prison because he stopped by Parks’ house to have one last screaming match before heading off to prison.

Needless to say, it wasn’t long after Nida began his sentence that Phaedra filed for divorce.

Of course, these things can take a while, particularly when there a lot of assets at stake, and one party is rockin’ a federal-orange jump suit.

Reps for Phaedra claimed that the divorce was officially over back in 2014, but Parks never confirmed that she was legally single.

That all changed in an interview for TMZ’s YouTube channel posted moments ago:

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Asked if she’s talked to Apollo recently, Phaedra replied:

“We are parents together, so we talk frequently.”

Parks added, however, that her divorce is definitely final, and she’s not looking back.

Asked if she misses Nida, Parks replied simply, “No.”

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Asked if she can imagine the two of them getting back together, Parks was similarly blunt:

“I never say never, but in this case, I don’t think that would be a possibility,” she said.

“At the end of the day, we have our kids together. We’ll always have our kids together, so we’ll always be friends.”

At one point Apollo complained about not seeing his kids for several months at a time, but for now at least, it seems he’s out of luck in that regard.

When Phaedra was asked about the possibility of bringing the kids for another visit, she replied:

“I can’t say what I’m gonna do, but at this point in time, it’s not in our schedule.”


But hey, recent reports indicate Nida may qualify for early release.

In fact, he could be hanging with his kids on the outside as early as … 2019.

We guess the lesson here is don’t mess with Phaedra.