In the midst of their second divorce from Kim Zolciak, Kroy Biermann asks the court to order the sale of their Georgia house
Kroy Biermann has asked the court to list his and Kim Zolciak’s property at the Manor Golf & Country Club in Alpharetta, Georgia, for sale as part of their ongoing divorce 2.0.
Us Weekly said that Marlys A. Bergstrom, Biermann’s attorney, made a statement regarding the situation on Thursday.
“He is seeking the court to order that the house be put on the market and, ideally, sold right now. The court may enforce its orders if it so directs. It is removing decision-making authority from the parties. And right now, doing this is exactly what needs to be done, according to Bergstrom.
According to court records, Biermann has asked that the sale’s earnings “be placed in escrow.” Notably, the couple was able to prevent the auction from taking place when their Georgia house was about to go under foreclosure in February and March of this year. The couple fell behind on their mortgage, and the foreclosure process was started.
According to the story, the couple and the lending company Truist had reached an understanding. They consented to paying their mortgage on time each month for three months, with the understanding that if they did, the remaining balance would be added to their loan and foreclosure would be averted.
They were said to owe the IRS about $1 million in delinquent taxes, according to earlier reports.
The couple had previously gone through a contentious divorce, but they had patched things up to offer themselves a second opportunity. Kroy has said in the most recent court records that their marriage is “irretrievably broken.”
In May 2010, they first connected at a charity event. Kaia Rose and Kane Ren, twins who are 9 years old, together with the males Kash Kade and Kroy Jagger, were born into their union. 2013 saw Kroy adopt Kim’s two daughters from her first marriage, Brielle and Ariana.