Kenya goes HAM on fraudy Apollo!
Kenya Moore Slams Phaedra And Apollo After Fraud Arrest
Via UB Magazine reports:
We knew it was only a matter of time before Kenya Moore would publicly find pleasure in Apollo Nida’s recent arrest and new batch of serious legal problems.
As we reported recently, Nida was charged with bank fraud and identity theft. A woman who claimed to have been his partner in various and alleged fraudulent schemes gave him up to the feds after she was caught in the act, and she claims they have been committing the crimes since 2009, the same year he married Phaedra Parks.
We’re assuming Kenya feels validated by the recent news, so she took to her Twitter account to take shots and tell her followers that the whole situation should be proof that Apollo was not telling the truth about the whole text message situation.
Kenya has beefed with the couple in the past but it looks like all her allegations were right. Hit the flip to peep an update on the Apollo identify theft case as well as more tweets from Kenya calling the fraudy RHOA hubby out!
Via EurWeb reports:
The agent in February 2012 began investigating alleged criminal activities of Gayla St. Julien, who he said was opening bank accounts under stolen identities to commit bank and check fraud. The investigation ran until September, 2013. At that point, they found 40 bank accounts tied to her. The complaint provided a sampling of bank accounts totaling about $3 million tied to alleged fraudulent activities.
The office also identified two fake debt-collection businesses used to “illicitly obtain personal identifying information of individuals.” The companies used LexisNexis and Equifax database inquiries to steal identities. St. Julien was arrested on Sept. 11, 2013 by the Secret Service. She implicated Nida as the man who orchestrated many of the alleged fraudulent schemes. She had worked with Nida since 2009.
St. Julien “described herself as NIDA’s ‘right hand bi*ch’ in executing the legwork of his fraud schemes,” Herrera wrote. She told him she received “scraps” compared to how much he pocketed.
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, according to the criminal complaint.