A Judge Throws Out Phaedra Parks' Divorce From Apollo Nida

Mar. 25 2017, Updated 11:13 p.m. ET

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Phaedra Parks got a shock when a judge reportedly reversed her divorce from troubled jailbird husband Apollo Nida.

In November, The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, 43, had said her divorce from Nida, 38, the father of her two kids, had been finalized.

But not so fast! As E! News reports, a judge recently tossed out the divorce judgement because he was troubled that Nida was not served with documents notifying him the divorce was final.

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So what does the RHOA star (and attorney) do now about her unpredictable husband, who is reportedly already engaged to a new gal?

A rep for Parks told of Nida, "It's very confusing why a man who is engaged and enjoys frequent visits with his fiancée would work so aggressively to avoid ending his marriage.

"Regardless, Phaedra is reviewing her options with her attorney to determine the most efficient path toward ending this marriage so she can move forward and focus on raising strong, healthy and happy children."

It appears now that Parks can either appeal the judge's decision -- or refile for divorce.

The couple has fought a nasty and bitter divorce with Nida requesting joint custody even though he is still in prison.

As readers know, RHOA drama king Nida is serving an eight-year prison sentence for bank fraud.

And the latest news that the divorce isn't a done deal should be another slap in the face for Parks after Nida's girlfriend on the outside, Sherien Almufti, recently flashed around an alleged engagement ring.

Nida proposed to New Jersey real estate agent Almufti while serving his sentence at Fort Dix Correctional Facility.

And the surprise romance has led to his "fiancé" slamming Parks on social media.

Soon, RHOA fans will see Almufti face Parks in person, as she will make her debut on the show later this season, as readers know.

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