Pay Up! Judge Orders Apollo Nida's 'RHOA' Paychecks Garnished — Money To Go Towards Restitution

Apollo Nida Wages Garnished

Feb. 12 2015, Published 7:09 a.m. ET

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Apollo Nida has been making bank from behind bars thanks to his ongoing appearances on the previously taped Real Housewives of Atlanta. But now, has learned, a judge has ordered the show's production company, True Entertainment, to garnish, his wages, so he can pay off nearly $2 million in restitution!

Phaedra Parks' husband is currently serving an eight-year prison sentence for federal fraud, and owes $1.9 million in restitution to JP Morgan Chase and the IRS related to the conviction.

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According to court documents obtained exclusively by Radar, True Entertainment was sent a formal court order, stating "You are herby required to withhold and retain pending further order, any property, funds, accounts, royalties, wages, monies, stock or earnings of the judgement debtor, including but not limited to any new property of which you obtain custody, control, or possession while this Writ is in effect."

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"You are further required by law to answer in writing, under oath, within ten days, after receipt of the Writ, providing the following information: Whether you have any property owned by or due to Apollo Nida, including funds, accounts, monies, stock, earning in your custody, control or possession, a description of the property and the value of the property...the amount you are holding, owe, or anticipate owing to Apollo Nida," the documents state.

Failure to comply will result in True Entertainment will be hauled into court.

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