Apollo was allegedly named by the original target of the investigation, a woman identified as Gayla St. Julien, who was arrested in September last year and allegedly had $3 million in multiple bank accounts tied to her.
She allegedly told an investigator she received ‘scraps’ compared to what Apollo was earning.
According to the site: ‘Nida would allegedly steal real people’s identities and have St. Julien pretend to be them to open bank accounts.
‘She would then deposit fraudulent auto loan checks, stolen U.S. Treasury checks, stolen retirement checks issued to Delta Airlines employees, and checks in the names of real people that were owed unclaimed property from various state and federal government agencies.’
The site also said the complaint against the star claimed he opened a fake auto dealership and applied for auto loans in the names of stolen identities.
Apollo has previously spent time in prison – from 2004 to 2009 – for auto title fraud.
Apollo is currently on a $25,000 bond and will face a preliminary hearing February 12.
Sounds like Apollo’s not-so-distant past full of fraud is coming back to haunt him. Phaedra might need to put her lawyer thinking cap on and figure out just how bad this really could get because from the sounds of things, it doesn’t look good.
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