Well, that didn't take long!
It was less than two weeks ago that Apollo Nida was released from prison following 5 years behind bars on fraud charges.
After securing an early release (Nida had been sentenced to 8 years in the clink.), the ex-husband of Phaedra Parks and former Real Housewives of Atlanta star took up residence in a halfway house.
It seems Nida didn't care for the rules in his new home, as The Blast is reporting that he was transported back to prison just days after being turned loose.
“Nida had a list of rules to follow while living in the halfway home and we’re told he broke technical requirement pertaining to the rules of his release,” the site reports.
“It’s unclear exactly what rule he violated, but it was enough to alert authorities and get him thrown back in the slammer.”
Yes, there's no word yet on the nature of Nida's violation, and to be fair, it doesn't take much to have one's parole revoked.
An infraction as minor as missing curfew by a few minutes might have been enough to get Nida re-incarcerated.
Whatever the case, Apollo is officially back behind bars, and it sounds as though his situation is dire.
Prison records indicate that Nida is currently locked up in the Federal Detention Center in Philadelphia.
His release date is listed as October of 2019, but it's unclear if he'll be forced to spend all of that time behind bars, or if there's a possibility he'll be allowed to give life in the halfway house another go.
Nida served the first part of his sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution in Fort Dix, and it's unknown if he'll be transferred back to that facility.
Very little is known about what transpired in the few days that Nida was a free man.
But many are pointing the finger at his Apollo's fiance, Sherien Mufti.
Nida and Mufti got engaged while he was behind bars, and they'd never spent the night together as a couple until after he was released.
Perhaps unfairly, many fans suspect that Sherien kept Apollo after curfew or otherwise influenced his behavior.
But Nida is a grown man who's capable of making his own decisions.
And it seems he'll now have plenty of time to think about those decisions.