According to court documents obtained by Radar, on January 10, a federal judge in Georgia the request brought by the former Bravo star.
In court, Nida claimed he was trying to start a new life, but his probation officers were making things hard. Parks’ ex was sentenced to 8 years in federal prison back in 2014 for his role in a massive fraud scheme.
Prosecutors accused him of laundering more than $2 million through a bunch of phony bank accounts. Nida ended up snitching on his associates and reached a plea deal to avoid 30 years behind bars.
Parks had no role in the criminal enterprise. Nida filed for divorce from the RHOA star after 5 years of marriage while in prison
On May 27, 2019, Nida was released from prison but was ordered to complete 5 years’ probation which will end around 2024. However, last month, Nida asked the court for the entire case to be closed and for him to no longer must report to a P.O.
Nida claimed it’s been a nightmare dealing with the probation office and accused them of being unorganized. His lawyer claimed lifting travel restrictions would also allow Parks ex to make money working as a guest speaker.
“Mr. Nida earned income as a guest speaker; Mr. Nida was also paid to host parties and events in various cities and states throughout the country. In fact, while on pretrial release (bond) Mr. Nida continued to travel and earn income through these same means,” his motion read.
In October 2020, Nida moved from Philly to Atlanta to be closer to his two sons with Parks. His lawyer told the court his client’s probation officer failed to contact for several months. Nida said he was forced to reach out to make
As part of his plea, the reality star also revealed he was arrested on May 30, 2021 during a trip to Miami. He claims to have told his P.O. about the travel but she later denied knowing about it. Nida says the situation caused him problems and led to him having a GPS monitor placed on him along with a stricter curfew.
As Radar first reported, court records show Nida was arrested for resisting an officer without violence. He was released on a $1,000 bond. Prosecutors ended up dropping the charges on August 5.