Apollo Nida has one less property to worry about after his home was sold off in a public auction.
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” husband, who will be facing sentencing in his fraud case today, is also in trouble with the IRS for failing to pay taxes on the home.
According to RadarOnline.com, the highest bidder really got the home for a steal when it was snapped up for just $2,800 on May 6. Apollo originally bought the home for $9,000 back in 2010.
Official documents state that The Sherriff’s department sold the home to pay off the “taxes owed, the interest and penalties on said taxes, and the expenses of the sale, all of which were mature and payable because of failure to pay same interest and penalties on said taxes.”
Apollo has not spoken out on the result of the auction, but he’s got more pressing matters to worry about today. He’ll find out how much time in prison a judge will be sentencing him to for conspiracy to commit fraud. S2S will keep you posted on the development of his sentencing.
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