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Even though Phaedra Parks is not a cast member on Real Housewives of Atlanta and her ex-husband Apollo Nida is locked up in prison there is still some very public drama between the two of them. Shamefully, I wish this was all playing out on TV, but that’s just me being selfish.

Cue Apollo’s fiancee Sherien Almufti. Yes, he managed to get engaged behind bars somehow. Anyway, this woman has taken it upon herself to be Apollo’s spokesperson and has taken yet another opportunity to shade Phaedra in a very public manner.

In an interview with RadarOnline, Sherien claimed that Phaedra will not let her two sons visit Apollo in prison. She told the site, “Apollo’s so in love with his sons and unfortunately his ex doesn’t bring them to see him.” She did that one time on the show… but who knows what’s actually going on since the cameras stopped recording Phaedra’s life.

Sherien claimed, “There isn’t a birthday, Father’s Day or holiday where Apollo doesn’t send them gifts and write them letters. He loves them.” This situation is just all sorts of messy. From the acrimonious divorce to the jail time to the almost-stepmom speaking out- there’s just a lot to unpack here.

Sherien continued, “Whatever he and Phaedra are going through, I hope that one day they can resolve it for the sake of their kids.” And get ready for this one: Sherien said, “We’re still engaged and I see him every week. When we get married, I will welcome and love his children as if they were my own and I can’t wait until he gets out so we can all be a family again.” That’s probably the last thing that Phaedra wants to hear. I wish I could see her seething when this Google Alert came through on her phone.

Apollo will be in prison until August 2020.

RELATED: Apollo Nida Disputes Prenup Since It Was Written Before Phaedra Parks Joined Real Housewives Of Atlanta

TELL US- DO YOU THINK PHAEDRA SHOULD BRING THE BOYS TO VISIT APOLLO IN PRISON? DO YOU MISS SEEING PHAEDRA ON REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ATLANTA?

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