Kroy Biermann doubles down on Kim Zolciak’s allegedly ‘abusive’ behavior
Kroy Biermann has reiterated his claims that Kim Zolciak displays abusive behavior towards him in the presence of their children. The former NFL player has filed new court documents in their ongoing divorce proceedings, requesting a court-appointed guardian to investigate Zolciak’s behavior towards their four minor children: Kroy Jr., Kash, and twins Kaia and Kane. Biermann alleges that Zolciak continues to use abusive, profane, and threatening language towards him, showing little concern for the children’s presence. He also expresses fear of Zolciak’s potential return to the “Real Housewives” franchise, as he believes she would exploit their split for attention, which could negatively impact their mental health.
Biermann is once again seeking a guardian ad litem for their children amidst their contentious divorce. He claims that Zolciak frequently directs abusive and threatening language towards him. Additionally, Biermann states that Zolciak has spent minimal time at home since their separation, leaving him to take care of the children. Due to severe financial difficulties, he has had to take on additional responsibilities such as cleaning the house, caring for the children, and preparing meals, as they had to let go of their nannies, chefs, and housekeepers. Biermann describes their split as far from amicable, despite Zolciak’s claims that they are working on their marriage. He is concerned that if Zolciak returns to reality TV, their children will be exposed to detrimental behavior that could harm their mental health.
Biermann is requesting sole legal and physical custody of their four minor children. This is not the first time he has requested a guardian for their children; he made the same request in June when they initially started divorce proceedings. Biermann filed for divorce for the second time in August, just six weeks after reconciling with Zolciak. In light of their financial troubles, Biermann has asked the court for permission to sell their $3 million marital estate in Georgia. He believes that the sale proceeds could help alleviate the significant debt they have accumulated throughout their marriage. Earlier this year, both Biermann and Zolciak sold personal items, including designer clothing, to make monthly mortgage payments and avoid foreclosure on their house. Biermann’s attorney blamed Zolciak for their financial situation, stating that he never anticipated finding himself in this position after retiring from the NFL and losing that source of income.
Kroy Biermann has doubled down on his claims that Kim Zolciak is “abusive” toward him in front of their kids.
The former NFL player filed new court documents Thursday in their restarted divorce proceedings requesting a court-appointed guardian for their four minor children — Kroy Jr., 12, Kash, 11, and twins Kaia and Kane, 9 — to start investigating the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum’s behavior.
Biermann claimed in his filing that while he “attempts to shield the children from the negative fall-out” of their divorce, Zolciak continues to direct “abusive, profane, and threat-laden language” at him with “little concern if the children are present.”
The former athlete also said he’s afraid of the Bravolebrity returning to the “Real Housewives” franchise, as she would use the show to “garner attention” by talking about their split, which would ultimately be detrimental to their “mental health.”
Biermann, 38, also claims Zolciak, 45, has spent “little time at home” since they separated and mostly leaves him to care for their children.
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He alleges he’s “been picking up all the slack, cleaning the home, picking up after the children, and preparing their meals” since they’ve had to “fire the nannies, chefs and housekeepers” due to their severe financial issues.
The retired Atlanta Falcons player also described their split as “far from amicable” despite the “Don’t Be Tardy” alum claiming they’re “working on their marriage.”
Biermann previously made a request for a guardian for their kids in June when the former pair first kicked off divorce proceedings.
The ex-linebacker filed for divorce for a second time in August just six weeks after he and Zolciak reconciled. He’s requesting sole legal and physical custody of their four kids.
In light of their financial woes, Biermann ran to court to request that he be allowed to sell their $3 million marital estate in Georgia because he believed the sale could help cover the “significant debt” they have racked up during their marriage.
He also revealed that both he and Zolciak sold personal items, including designer duds, to make monthly mortgage payments to avoid a foreclosure auction on the house earlier this year.
At the time, his attorney pointed the finger at Zolciak, telling TMZ, “Mr. Biermann never imagined that he would find himself in this position, having a car repossessed.
“But this is the fallout when folks find themselves spending way beyond their means. Kroy retired and no longer receives that NFL salary. … I don’t think anyone told Kim.”