Kim Zolciak, known for her appearance on "Real Housewives of Atlanta," and her estranged husband, Kroy Biermann, have been hit with another financial blow. A Georgia court recently ruled that the couple must pay $230,031.61 in a credit card lawsuit filed by Simmons Bank. The total includes the initial judgment of $226,836.22, as well as interest, foreclosure fees, and attorney's fees.
This latest lawsuit is just one of several financial troubles the couple is currently facing. In August, Zolciak was sued by Saks/Capital One for an outstanding credit card balance of over $150,000. Another credit card company, Target National Bank, also filed a lawsuit against Zolciak for neglecting to pay off a $2,482.24 balance.
In addition to their financial woes, the couple is currently going through a contentious divorce. Zolciak was recently ordered by a judge to live in the basement of their Georgia mansion, while Biermann will occupy the primary bedroom. The judge also instructed both parties to act civilly towards each other and not to disparage one another in front of their four young children.
To make matters worse, the couple has been forced to put their lavish mansion on the market due to a pending foreclosure. The seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom property, featured on the Bravo spinoff series "Don't Be Tardy," is currently listed for $6 million.
Despite living under the same roof, sources close to the couple have stated that there is no intention of reconciling their relationship. Instead, they are embroiled in what is described as a "money war."
As the divorce proceedings continue and their financial troubles mount, Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann face an uncertain future. The couple's once extravagant lifestyle now seems overshadowed by legal battles and mounting debt.