Kim Zolciak’s ex-husband Kroy Biermann described their situation as more precarious than ever in new court documents filed Monday.
The 38-year-old former NFL player again asked a judge to allow the quick sale of a divorcing couple’s $3 million Georgia home, according to documents obtained by Page six.
In the filings, he claimed that the two men were now “financially destitute” due to their crushing debts, which he largely attributed to the alleged “reckless spending habits and love of online gambling.” the Don’t Be Tardy star, 45.
Kroy now tells the judge that he and Kim might sell their house because the IRS placed a $1.1 million lien on it.
However, he expressed hope that the worst penalties and financial losses could be avoided with a quick sale, as the couple still have “some equity” in their home.
Urgent: Kroy Biermann again asked a judge Monday to allow the quick sale of the $3 million home he shares with Kim Zolciak, saying they were “financially destitute” and under a 1,000 lien. 1 million dollars.
However, he said speed was essential, as lockdown “looms on the horizon” for a second time.
Kroy wrote that he hopes the money left over from the sale of the house can be used to obtain separate residences for the ex-couple, both of which would likely be more modest than their current home.
He reiterated his desire for a quick sale of the documents after Kim filed documents requesting that a specific judge oversee the proceedings.
However, the footballer claimed that Kim’s action was “a direct attempt to delay” the sale of the house.
Kroy’s attorney, Marlys A. Bergstrom, previously said Us every week that she thinks Kim’s goal is to wait long enough to declare bankruptcy.
This would end the foreclosure of the house, but it would also force the two to “live together, enveloped by all this toxicity for God knows how long.”
She added that she feared it was a reckless strategy, because “it’s very likely that Kroy and Kim will get next to nothing.”
In the new documents, Kroy’s legal team wrote: “Time and time again, (Zolciak) stated that she would not move and therefore would not cooperate in any attempt to sell the marital residence.”
The filing goes on to claim that Kim did not realize how much the alleged delaying strategy could harm his family.
“Unfortunately, (Zolciak) is too self-centered to realize the impact his actions will continue to have on minor children,” they wrote.
Going Alone: He claimed there was still “some equity” left in the house and hoped it could pay for separate residences for him and Kim.
Slowing things down: Kim had already asked a specific judge to hear her case, but Kroy called it a “direct attempt to delay.”
Doubling down: In a document filed last week, he again claimed that Kim was violent towards him.
In another filing from late last week, Kroy continued to claim that Kim was “abusive” toward him.
He reiterated those allegations Thursday in documents seeking a court-appointed guardian for the four children he shares with his ex-wife.
The previous week, Zolciak had announced a reconciliation with Biermann although he had filed for divorce for the second time just two weeks earlier, and there is no evidence in his own court records of a new agreement between them .
Amid the resumption of their divorce proceedings, he said in his filing that the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum continues to use “abusive, crude and threatening language toward him” with “little worry if children are present.”
In reports obtained by Page sixhe also said he was “trying to protect the children from the negative fallout” of their divorce.
The couple shares four children: Kroy Jr., 12, Kash, 11, and twins Kaia and Kane, nine.
He also expressed concern over the TV personality’s return to reality TV, as he said if given the chance, she would use the Bravo show as an opportunity to “get attention ” while talking about their breakup.
Biermann also claimed that Zolciak left him to care for the children and that he spent “little time at home” since their separation.
In court documents, he said he “took all the slack, cleaned the house, took care of the children and prepared their meals.”
He said it was because they had to “fire nannies, chefs and cleaners” due to their money problems.
He described their split as “far from amicable,” although Zolciak previously announced that they had reconciled once again and were “working on their marriage.”
Last week, Zolciak took to her Instagram to shut down the “lies” and said she and Biermann “still live as husband and wife.”
Last June, Biermann requested a guardian for their children when they first filed for divorce.
New court documents: The former NFL player on Thursday reaffirmed allegations contained in recently filed documents seeking a court-appointed guardian for the four children he shares with his estranged wife.
Serious Claims: Amid the resumption of their divorce proceedings, he said in his filing that the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum continues to use “abusive, crude and threatening language toward him with “little concern if children are present “; seen in 2017
Their children: The couple shares four children – Kroy Jr., 12; Kash, 11; and nine-year-old twins Kaia and Kane
Different stories: He described their split as “far from amicable,” although Zolciak previously announced they had reconciled once again and claimed they were “working on their marriage.”
Soon after, they reconciled, but the ex-linebacker reinstated their divorce proceedings six weeks later in August.
He requested sole legal and physical custody of their four children as well as permission to sell their $3 million marital estate in Georgia to help cover their “significant debt.”
According to TMZ, his lawyer, Marlys A. Bergstrom, claimed the couple had accumulated more than $1 million in debt and were at risk of foreclosure on their home.
Through his lawyer, he publicly implored his estranged wife to sign a joint consent agreement that would restart the process of unloading the house and resolving their financial problems.