Apollo Nida
Reality star Apollo Nida is currently serving his prison sentence in Fort Dix Correctional Institute in New Jersey.Instagram/Apollo Nida

"Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Phaedra Parks' husband has been in prison for the past two years but according to several inmates, the reality star's estranged partner has been causing a lot of trouble.

Nida, who was last reported to be in Fort Dix Correctional Institute in New Jersey, apparently doesn't respect other inmates and on many instances his alleged bad attitude was witnessed by others, inmates told Radar Online.

According to the news outlet, the 37-year-old TV personality reportedly cut the line so as to use the microwave first. Furthermore, one inmate said that Nida lacks "simple etiquette."  

He even updated his Instagram account by posting a meme of himself and captioned it: "Your face when they keep lying about you But... You don't give a f#%!!" 

This isn't the first time that Nida's rude behaviour in prison has been reported. Earlier, another Radar Online article claimed that Parks' estranged husband allegedly smuggled in a cell phone and contraband, which are strictly prohibited.

One source told the outlet, "Apollo thinks he's better than everyone because he's famous. Obviously, his behavior doesn't win him any friends."

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On her part, Parks has been trying to maintain a healthy distance from her estranged husband. Throughout "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" Season 8, she tried to bring up the topic of divorce but was met with resistance. 

The reality star once said during the recently-aired Bravo reality TV show, "My first priority is the safety and well being of our children. As I have voiced on many occasions, my primary concern about the visit was how it would impact our sons. I know how that life experiences shape a child's perspective of the world; so my thoughts were all based on the possible negative impacts to our sons."

Nida was sentenced to eight years in prison for fraud and identity theft in 2014. He surrendered himself to the Lexington prison authorities in September of the same year. 

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