Feds say “Real Housewives” husband paid postal workers to steal people’s identities

Sandrarose.com, a website that covers the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” “reality” series reports that the husband of one of the “housewives”, Apollo Nida, is accused of conspiring with unnamed postal workers to commit identity theft:

Nida surrendered to U.S. Marshals on Thursday, Jan. 25. He was arraigned the same day and released on $25,000 bond.

Nida is accused of paying U.S. Postal employees to steal 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.

The pair are additionally charged with applying for loans in the names of stolen identities for the purchase of non-existent vehicles from shell car dealerships or automobile brokers created by Nida.

Read more: How the Feds Built Their Case Against Phaedra Parks’ Husband, Apollo Nida : Sandra Rose.