Last week Real Housewives of Atlanta star Phaedra Parks announced her divorce from Apollo Nida was final [click here if you missed that].
Was Phaedra lying..?
It wouldn't be the first time.
Insiders tell Straight from The A
There is no divorce case on file on the superior court of Fulton county under either Parks or Nida.
As I understand the law, unless they consented to jurisdiction elsewhere, Fulton county superior court would have jurisdiction on this case. Phaedra is a resident of Fulton county and Apollo is as well. Even though he is incarcerated in another state, for the purposes of jurisdiction in a civil suit his last place of residence would control (jail does not constitute residence for the purposes of jurisdiction).Apollo, who is currently serving 8 years in prison for fraud, tells TMZ he was unaware the divorce had become final.