Amid personal and financial turmoil, reality TV star Kim Zolciak-Biermann is grappling with significant debts including a lawsuit from Bank of America (NYSE:) over $56,000 in credit card debt. Further adding to her financial strain, she’s confronted with legal actions from Saks Fifth Avenue/Capital One and Target for $156,000 and $2,500 respectively.
These recent financial woes come on the heels of a court order in October requiring her and husband Kroy Biermann to pay $231,000 to Simmons Bank after defaulting on a loan linked to their property in Alpharetta. The couple’s monetary challenges also include a substantial $1.1 million debt to the IRS.
In an effort to mitigate these financial pressures, Zolciak-Biermann has turned to selling luxury items online. She’s also working closely with her daughters, Brielle Karenna and Ariana Lenee, in various business ventures.
Despite these setbacks, the reality star continues to pursue her career in entertainment. She recently participated in the filming of MTV’s “The Surreal Life” season eight in Colombia. This comes even as she navigates through her personal life challenges, which have included filing for divorce from Kroy Biermann in May amid allegations of emotional abuse and online gambling addiction following the cancellation of their show “Don’t Be Tardy.”
The couple briefly reunited on November 11 for an anniversary meal, showing a united front despite their ongoing divorce proceedings. Meanwhile, they are preparing for their twins’ birthday celebration this coming Friday, indicating that personal celebrations continue amidst their financial and legal difficulties.
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