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Phaedra Parks’ upcoming spinoff show is in jeopardy due to her husband’s trouble with the law.
According to reports, Bravo postponed Phaedra’s new legal series, “Rich People’s Problems,” following Apollo Nida’s recent arrest for bank fraud and identity theft. A source said producers placed the reality series on hold because the network wants to know the outcome of Apollo’s case before they proceed.
“All options are being looked at,” said an executive with Bravo TV.
“Rich People’s Problems,” originally schedule to premiere this year, will follow the entertainment attorney and mother-of-two in a judicial capacity.
“When the rich and famous of Atlanta have a dispute, they know that only one lawyer will deliver some cold, hard justice: Phaedra Parks of The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” an official description from Bravo reads. “Whether it’s friends battling over an $8,000 loan or accusations of stolen Chanel handbags or confusion over a prenuptial agreement and whether it entitles you to two or three live-in staff members, the rich certainly have an odd sense of what qualifies it as a problem in today’s world, and Phaedra will be there to help them sort it all out.”
Hopefully Phaedra’s new gig as a mortician can pay the bills!
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