Real Housewives of Atlanta

The "Real Housewives of Atlanta" stars, Phaedra Parks and Apollo Nida, sparked divorce rumours last month when the former did not show up for Nida's prison sentencing, following which Nida slammed his wife in a radio interview.

But a new Celeb Dirty Laundry report indicates that the two have been spotted filming for "Real Housewives of Atlanta" Season Seven, and that they are not divorced yet.

This claim runs contradictory to a number of recent reports stating that Parks is considering speeding up divorce proceedings, as it's too costly to stay married to Nida.

Nida, who was sentenced to eight years in prison for his fraud case last month, has to pay nearly $2 million in restitution, and if Parks were to stay married to him, she will have to shell out nearly $100,000 a year to help him pay his penalty, reported Celeb Dirty Laundry.

Parks is yet to comment on the divorce rumours, but in late July, Media Take Out reported that Parks has already filed divorce papers in a Fulton County courthouse, and added that the his legal issues weren't the only cause for separation.

"Phaedra and Apollo had their issues, even before he got caught up [in his legal drama]. Phaedra is a good and loving woman and she tried to stand by him, honor, and hold him down," the source said, adding that Nida's "blatant disrespect for their marriage" is what drove Parks away.

Meanwhile, Nida, who has been ordered to report to federal prison on 10 September, recently hinted to Radar Online that he feels guilty for his bad deeds. Parks' husband has previously served six years for a car theft scheme, and he told Radar Online that his history with crime would serve as an example for young men.

"Don't do as I do, but take my experiences and hope that it will give you a better platform," he said.

Only time will tell if Nida's marriage to Parks will survive. But he too isn't too hopeful about it, and last month he said as much during a radio interview.

"I mean my wife didn't even f**king show up to my sentencing," Nida said during his interview with Atlanta's B-100 radio station. "I'm still salty about that, but whatever."