AllAboutTheTea hasobtained an exclusive copy of Gayla St. Julien’s plea agreement. Ms. St. Julien is the co-conspirator of Apollo Nida, star of The Real Housewives of Atlanta and husband of Atlanta’s power attorney Phaedra Parks.
Reportedly, Gayla St. Julien has named RHOA househusband, Apollo Nida as her co-conspirator in a litany of serious fraud charges. The charges include but are not limited to:
- Theft and Conversion of Public Money
- Bank Fraud
- Aggravated Identity Theft
- Mail Fraud
- Money Laundering
The terms of St. Julien’s plea agreement state that the court is required to consider the provisions of the US Sentencing Guidelines mandatory sentencing. Under such guidelines, St. Julien could receive a maximum sentence of 7 years and a minimum of 2 years.
Per the plea agreement embedded below, Gayla St. Julien has agreed to/completed the following:
1) Waived right to an indictment (Grand Jury hearing)
2) Completed arraignment
3) Plead guilty to Counts 1 and 2
4) Waived right to appeal conviction
5) Agreed to fully cooperate with the government
6) Finalized/signed plea agreement on November 04, 2013
In addition to a max sentence of 7 years/min of 2 years, St. Julien could also potentially be ordered to pay restitution and fines up to $250,000.00+ which would be due payable immediately at the close of the case.
However, depending on St. Julien’s level of cooperation with the government, the court has the discretion to depart from the US Sentencing Guidelines and offer St. Julien no prison time accompanied by supervised release for an unspecified number of years.
The plea agreement also stipulates that the court may impose a sentence up to and including the statutory maximum and that no one can predict the defendant’s exact sentence at this time.
Below is a Snippet of St. Julien’s Criminal History:
According to a NCIC query of ST. JULIEN, she has prior fraud and identity theft convictions: Degree Forgery on 05/25/88 in Fulton County (GA) and a federal conviction for Title 18 USC 922(G)(1) (Felon Possession of Firearm), 1028(A)(5) (ID Fraud), 1029(A)(3) (Access Device Fraud), and 408(A)(7)(C) (SSN Number Fraud) on 08/29/03 in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada. Details of her latest case are included below, as they show a pattern for some of her recent criminal conduct described herein which occurred after she was released from custody.