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Apollo Nida Probation Restrictions Revealed, 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' Star Phaedra Parks' Husband Still on Tight Leash After 8-Year Prison Sentence is Served

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(Photo : Instagram/Apollo Nida) Apollo Nida hit with hefty government lien.

After Apollo Nida is released from his eight-year prison sentence, the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" husband will still be on quite a tight rope with the federal government.

In lieu of his recent judgement, the husband of RHOA star Phaedra Parks will still have some relatively strict rules to follow pending his future release, and while it's normal for felons to return to freedom under certain parole stipulations, Nida's probationary guidelines won't just be limited to community service and weekly check ins, but regular fines too.

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According to Sister 2 Sister magazine, court documents revealed that Nida will be forced to complete 100 hours of community service. He'll also have to end communication with all convicted felons, meaning he will not be allowed to go anywhere where drugs or alcohol are sold illegally and he will not banned from owning or carrying a gun or any other type of weapon. On top of all of that, the father of two is being forced to undergo a drug and alcohol treatment program, which the government is making him pay for.

Nida's final probationary mandate will also require the reality star to pay out $150 a month in restitution, not to mention he'll be forced to disclose all his finance information upon his release and will be subject to random audits. Authorities will have permission to search his home and property at random.

Not only will Nida have absolutely no privacy in terms of his finances, but he will also be prohibited from opening any new lines of credit or loans without the permission of his probation officer.

As we previously reported, Nida was sentenced to serve eight years in prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to commit mail, wire and bank fraud after scheming 50 people out of $2.3 million.

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