Theres new information in Apollo Nida’s bank fraud and identity theft case. RadarOnline is reporting that Nida waived the indictment in court on April 21st, essentially agreeing that the prosecutor in his bank fraud and identity theft case have enough evidence for the case to proceed without any delay.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, Nida’s attorneys waived the indictment on April 21st. Prosecutors charged in documents that Nida “did willfully, unlawfully, combine, conspire, confederate, agree … to commit certain offenses against the United States,” including “to devise and intend to devise a scheme and artifice to defraud financial institutions, other companies and individuals, and to obtain money and property by means of materially false and fraudulent pretenses,” “to knowingly execute, and attempt to execute, a scheme and artifice to defraud financial institutions.”
The next step for Nida will be a trial, but the site reports no date has been set yet, which could be a sign that a plea deal is being reached. When reached for comment, Nida wouldn’t discuss the case, but did tell Radar, “I feel good about the support I’m getting. All the support’s been needed. It’s an uphill battle, but we’re still staying positive.”
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