Wednesday, June 12, 2024

Phaedra Parks and Ex Apollo Nida to Discuss Co-Parenting at ‘Married to Medicine’ Season 10 Reunion | Watch Trailer

*Phaedra Parks’ ex-husband Apollo Nida will appear at the “Married to Medicine” Season 10 3-part reunion, set to air on March 3. Check out the trailer above. 

We reported earlier that Parks joined Dr. Jackie Walters, Dr. Simone Whitmore, Dr. Heavenly Kimes, Toya Bush-Harris, and Quad Webb on the new season, which premiered in November 2023. 

Parks joined Season 10 as a “holistic healer” of a new wellness center. The center focuses on energy healing, known as reiki therapy. Nida did not appear this season, so Parks’ costars were shocked when he showed up at the reunion taping in January in New York City, People reports. 

According to a source, Nida was invited to the taping to discuss co-parenting with Parks. The ex-couple share two minor sons.

Phaedra Parks - Apollo Nida - Getty
Phaedra Parks – Apollo Nida – Getty

Nida and Parks appeared together on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” before separating in 2014. They divorced in 2017 after nearly eight years of marriage. There was a moment when Nida appeared to be bitter about his split from Parks, insisting that the reality star left him to rot after he began his eight-year prison sentence. In 2014, he was convicted of identity theft and money laundering of more than $2 million through fraudulent accounts.

After completing his sentence, Nida was released and moved to a halfway house in Philadelphia in June 2019. He was taken back into custody days later for violating his parole. After his release, Nida appeared on a season 14 RHOA episode and called his ex-wife “cold-blooded.”

“When my ex left me, she left me to basically die,” he told Shereé Whitfield. “Phaedra left me to basically rot. When it first happened, she wasn’t there. My sentencing, she wasn’t there. My self-surrendering, she wasn’t there. Basically not allowing me to see my children. There were a lot of things that showed me that she wasn’t there for me.”

“Married to Medicine” airs Sundays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo and streams the next day on Peacock. The multi-part reunion kicks off on March 3.

READ MORE: Phaedra Parks Debuts as ‘Holistic Healer’ on ‘Married to Medicine’ Season 10 | Watch

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