The twins are the third and fourth children for Zolciak, 35, and her husband Kroy… whose family also consists of 2-year-old Kroy, Jr. (KJ), 17-month-old Kash, and Kim’s two daughters from two previous relationships, Brielle (16) and Ariana (12), who Biermann formally adopted.
While a huge ‘dream house’ full of kids is what the couple desired, it seems that it’s all turned into a financial nightmare now that they’ve finally settled in.
A few weeks ago, Zolciak was reportedly forced to take out a $300k loan to finish construction on her mansion. Now it’s been revealed that she’s been ordered to cough up thousands of dollars in back taxes — or move out!
According to tax documents obtained by RadarOnline, Zolciak and her husband, Kroy Biermann, were recently served with two tax liens: one from the City of Milton, Georgia, for $1,665.26, and the other from the State of Georgia and Fulton county for $10,572.67.
Zolciak and Biermann were notified that they must pay the money within 90 days of the liens’ January 9 and 11 issuance dates. That gives them until April 11 to make good with their money, or the home could be seized.
As Radar has reported, it’s only the latest in a series of financial problems surrounding the home, which the couple bought in 2012 for $880,000.
Construction reportedly has included a two-story master closet, eight fireplaces, an elaborate chandelier, sweeping staircases and a huge pool.
In the meantime, Zolciak is caring for new three-month-old twins Kane and Kaia, in addition to her daughters Brielle, 17, and Ariana, 12, and son Kash, eighteen months.
Welp… at least Kimmy is actually living in her ‘Chateau’ 😯
But I digress.
The couple could be experiencing financial difficulty resulting form Kroy’s injury last season. He’s currently recovering but there’s no word on if he’ll be returning to the Falcons.
That being said, I’ve heard that Kim is reluctantly returning to Bravo soon and taping begins on another season of her reality show soon. *sigh*
Are you surprised to hear that Kim is ‘tardy’ for her taxes?