Kroy Biermann and Kim Zolciak are ‘destitute’ facing foreclosure again
Kroy Biermann is doubling down on his request to sell his and Kim Zolciak’s $3 million Georgia estate because they are “financially destitute.”
The retired NFL player filed court documents Monday, obtained exclusively by Page Six, stating that he and his estranged wife should be allowed to empty their home because the IRS has placed a $1.1 million lien on him.
Berman cited Zolciak’s “reckless spending habits and love of online gambling” as the reason for their dire financial situation, which also includes a $400,000 lawsuit filed by BMW and a $100,000 lawsuit from Capital One/Saks.
The athlete says in the documents that although their home is foreclosed, there is “some equity” in the property, but they will have to sell it immediately as a second foreclosure “looms.”
Berman wants to use the remainder of the equity from the sale to acquire separate residences for himself and Zolciak.
The former linebacker, 38, filed the second request after the former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star, 45, filed documents asking for a specific judge to preside over their case, which Berman called a “direct attempt to delay” the sale of a home.
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“Repeatedly, (Zolciak) stated that she would not move and therefore would not cooperate in any attempt to sell the marital residence,” the new documents state.
“Unfortunately, (Zolciak) is so self-absorbed that she does not realize the impact her actions will continue to have on the minor children.”
The former Atlanta Falcons player claimed in documents last week that Zolciak was continuing to act “abusively” in front of his four young children: Kroy “KJ” Jr., 12, Kash, 11, and twins Kaia and Kane, 9.
In light of the reality TV star’s alleged behavior, Berman asked the judge to appoint a guardian ad litem to investigate the family.
The former footballer filed for divorce for a second time in August, just six weeks after his reconciliation with Zolciak. He is requesting sole legal and physical custody of their children.