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UPDATE: Phaedra Parks places her $1.9 million Buckhead mansion up for lease, then rescinds it

This was posted Saturday, July 29, 2017 by RODNEY HO/ on his AJC Radio & TV Talk blog

Phaedra Parks' primary income, well into the six figures annually, appears to be gone now that she is reportedly no longer on Bravo's "Real Housewives of Atlanta." Her likely departure happened just a few months after she purchased a swanky $1.91 million Buckhead mansion last October.

She is now seeking someone to lease her new home for a hefty $10,556 a month. It's located at 4505 Garmon Road if you're interested. She posted it for rent on July 26. .

UPDATE: Soon after I posted this story earlier today (July 29), the lease option vanished off and Parks posted on Twitter that the "rumor" is a "lie."

Fortunately, Google had cached the version showing the lease offer before it was changed. Here it is from earlier today. The agent listed was Johntez Williams.

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Michelle Brown of StraightFromtheA also noticed this on the current listing:

The place is a spacious 9,175 square feet with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms. (Columnist Sandra Rose first noticed the rental notice.)

Clearly, the cost of living in such a large home without the steady "Real Housewives" paycheck would be challenging.

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Parks, who is an attorney by trade, recently got divorced from Apollo Nida, in federal prison for eight years for ID and bank fraud. She was effectively booted off the show after alienating fellow housewives with lies and aspersions.

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