In his first interview since entering prison, Nida told In Touch Weekly that his wife just may be considering taking him back.
“Yes, we’ve had problems — especially over the last year — but we’ve gotten on terms now where I can call her and it’s cordial,” Nida said.
He added that the couple speak often on the phone and he is “hopeful” they will be able to “stick things out.”
Steve Honig, Parks rep, said “there have been absolutely no discussions about reconciling,” and their divorce “is proceeding as planned.”
“It is extremely hard. My heart aches for my two sons because they are the heart and soul of who I am. That’s the best thing we ever did together,” Parks said. “We have these great kids. I never wanted to do anything to diminish his character in public. But we’ve had some times where he’s done things that weren’t so cool… weren’t so nice.”