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Apollo Nida’s Fiancé Sherien Almufti Reacts To Reports That He Was Sent Back To Prison After Allegedly Breaking Halfway House Rules!

Apollo Nida's  fiancé Sherien Almufti reacts to reports that the former Real Housewives of Atlanta husband was sent back to prison after allegedly breaking halfway house rules. "They can't stop us babe!!!," she wrote on her Instagram page, where she shared a photo of her kissing Nida on the cheek.

"For those who are confused @apollonida03 didn't violate a goddamn thing. Another crime against a black man in the system. Jealously is a disease and his PO will die mad!!," she  wrote.

In another post, Almufti shared another photo of her posing with Nida along with the caption: "Just spoke to bae, he says hey."

The news comes after Nida was arrested for allegedly violating his parole, nine days after his release from prison to a halfway house, according to Us Weekly. Nida allegedly broke a “technical requirement” that was included in the list of rules on which his release was contingent.

According to The Blast, Nida could remain incarcerated for the remainder of his original sentence, which was set to end on October 15, 2019. A spokesperson for RRM Philadelphia confirmed to Radar Online on Tuesday, June 4, that Nida was expected to stay at the halfway house until October 15, 2019.

If you recall, Nida turned himself in to Kentucky’s FMC Lexington in September 2014, he was sentenced to eight years behind bars after pleading guilty to bank fraud and identity theft. In 2015, he was transferred to FCI Fort Dix correctional facility in New Jersey, the same prison that Joe Giudice from The Real Housewives of New Jersey was serving his time.

Parks and Nida share two sons, 8-year-old Ayden and 5-year-old Dylan. The pair married in 2009 and split in 2014, though the lengthy divorce wasn't finalized until 2017. In 2016, Nida announced that he was engaged with New Jersey real estate agent Sherien Almufti.

Back in March, it was announced that Nida’s sentence had been reduced by one year. He was expected to be in custody until August 2020.

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