Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann face a new enemy amid their divorce proceedings!
Just days after the estranged lovers had a back-and-forth in court about the state of their divorce, their Georgia mansion — which is a main bone of contention in the proceedings — was seen listed in a fake ad.
It seems the pair will have to put up a united front to fight away scammers.
Kim Zolciak & Kroy Biermann’s Mansion Haven’t Listed Their Home Yet
Earlier this week, fans noticed that Zolciak and Biermann’s mansion had been put up for sale on Zillow for a whopping $3.2 million. As seen in the listing, which is still live at the time of this writing, the property was listed by the owner and accompanied by a phone number.
A description of the property reads, “Nestled within the prestigious and exclusive community of The Manor Golf & Country Club in the enchanting Alpharetta/Milton, Georgia, lies a truly remarkable and elegant masterpiece of architectural splendor. This luxurious estate boasts a breathtaking six-bedroom, six-full-bathroom, three-half-bathroom, 9,407-square-foot oasis of refined living, providing ultimate comfort, privacy, and sophistication.”
Zillow claims that the mansion was first listed for sale in February 2023 and has a monthly rental value of $17,205. Despite the seemingly believable ad to sell the property, sources close to the separated couple told TMZ that Zociak and Biermann have yet to put up their home.
The insider insists that the Zillow ad is nothing but fake and the work of a scammer.
Kroy Biermann Says They’re In ‘Dire Straits Financially’ & Only Sale Of Mansion Can Help
The news of a listing is difficult to believe, given that the NFL player, in his recent court filing on Tuesday, September 26, asked him to be granted permission to sell the family residence.
As seen in the court documents obtained by The Blast, the former Atlanta Falcons player claimed it was important for the 9,407-square-foot to be sold as soon as possible because he and the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star are in “dire straits financially.”
“The only asset they currently own with equity is the marital residence. The mortgage is held in the petitioner’s name. However, it is set to be foreclosed in November,” an excerpt of the filing reads.
Biermann added, “The current living situation is unsustainable and is detrimental to the mental and emotional health of the minor children. If the marital residence is sold, it will afford both parties enough income to secure their residences, thus taking the children out of the toxic environment.”
Unfortunately, the “Don’t Be Tardy” star isn’t on the same page with her man, as seen in a previous Instagram post where she declared, “I’m living here, not going anywhere!”
Apart from the issue of selling their home, both parties cannot agree on getting a divorce in the first place. Remember that Biermann filed for divorce in May 2023, but they called it off two months later, choosing to work on their relationship.
However, on August 24, 2023, the former athlete rescinded his plans and filed for divorce for a second time, with sources claiming Zolciak’s gambling problems were the straw that broke the camel’s back.
Despite Biermann’s insistence to end things, the Bravo star still wants to hold on to her marriage. She filed a request for the divorce to be axed, alleging that her husband’s claim of their union being “irretrievably broken” is false.
Citing their cohabitation in their Georgia mansion, the 45-year-old claimed, “The allegation of an irretrievably broken marriage is demonstrably false if the parties have resumed cohabitation or reconciled for any period,” her filing stated. “The very fact of cohabitation or reconciliation shows that some possibility remains that the marriage is viable…the parties are required to affirm once again that the marriage is indeed irretrievably broken by the bringing of a new complaint.”
Also, citing that they still have sex, Zolciak wrote that “marital relations between the parties occurred up until and then continued after the filing of the Petition, and after Respondent was personally served with the Petition, demonstrates that the marriage is, or was at some point viable after the filing of the Petition proving that the allegations of the marriage being irretrievably broken are demonstrably false.”
Post source: The blast