Real Housewives star Kim Zolciak files for divorce after 11 years
Don’t Be Tardy: Kim and Kroy are renew their vows
Kim Zolciak and her husband Kroy Biermann have filed for divorce after 11 years of marriage.
The ex-Real Housewives of Atlanta star and her former NFL player spouse have claimed the marriage is “irretrievably broken with no hope of reconciliation”.
While neither has confirmed the split on social media, court records marking the start of divorce proceedings were obtained by TMZ.
The couple share four children together – Kroy Jagger, 11, Kash Kade, 10, and nine-year-old twins, Kaia Rose and Kane Ren.
In the documents, Zolciak is seeking primary physical custody of the children, but wants to continue joint legal custody with her estranged spouse.
Zolciak is also believed to be seeking spousal support, with plans to return to her maiden name after previously going by Kim Zolciak Biermann.
The announcement comes amid a turbulent time for the couple, who are reportedly in trouble with the IRS for owing $1.1million in unpaid taxes, interests and penalties.
They owe another $15,000 to the state of Georgia from unpaid taxes dating back to 2018.
According to documents obtained by The US Sun, their house was foreclosed upon in October 2022.
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Before this, the couple had been Bravo TV regulars, with Zolciak being one of the original castmembers of Real Housewives of Atlanta back in 2012.
She would remain on the show for five seasons before leaving, returning five seasons later as a guest star and friend of the housewives.
The same year she joined Housewives, Zolciak and Biermann landed their own reality show, Don’t Be Tardy For The Wedding, which tracked the days leading up to their marriage.
The show was such a success it became a long-running series on the family, renamed Don’t Be Tardy in a nod to Zolciak’s song of the same name.
It ran for eight seasons before ending in 2020, and included notable family moments including the birth of their children and their vow renewal in 2018.
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