Real Housewives of Atlanta

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5 Sep, 2014

Writes autobiography

Nida is writing a tell all book before he begins his eight-year prison sentence for money fraud. The book will focus on his life and upbringing.

8 Jul, 2014

Sentence: Eight years

Judgement

U.S. District Court Judge Charles A. Pannell, Jr. sentences Nida to eight years of jail on charges of conspiring to commit mail, wire and bank fraud. The sentence will be followed by five years of supervised release. Nida is also ordered to pay restitution to the victims of his offenses. The U.S. Attorney’s office says:

Nida’s sentence should be an eye opener for other like-minded criminals who scheme to steal victims’ identities, defraud them and ignore the consequences of their actions

21 Sep, 2012

Joins Real Housewives of Atlanta

Moore is set to join the fifth season of Real Housewives of Atlanta. Although Moore doesn’t live in Atlanta just yet, she is searching for property.

The producers learned of me through Lawrence Washington. I saw it as a great opportunity to extend my brand, promote awareness for my Kenya Moore Foundation (which awards educational scholarships to young women from my high school alma mater),  and to grow my TV and Film production company and all of my businesses.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta - Season 5 Promo

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