Kim Zolciak, Kroy Biermann owe IRS more than $1 million in unpaid taxesMay 8, 2023
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The government is coming for Kim Zolciak.
The former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star and her husband, Kroy Biermann, owe the IRS more than $1 million, TMZ reported Monday.
Legal documents obtained by the outlet reveal the couple owe $1.1 million for unpaid taxes, interest and penalties from 2013, 2017 and 2018.
Zolciak, 44, and Biermann, 37, also owe the state of Georgia $15,000 for unpaid taxes for 2018, according to the report.
A rep for the pair didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
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The massive bills come after Zolciak and Biermann’s Georgia mansion entered foreclosure and was put up for auction in February after they had defaulted on a $1.65 million loan they took out for the home in 2016.
She previously had denied the Alpharetta estate was in foreclosure, telling “haters,” “I’m here until I f–king want to move out. ‘Til I decide I don’t want to live here anymore.”
The former “Don’t Be Tardy” stars eventually worked out a deal to keep their digs and remain in the home.
The law office of Brock & Scott, PLLC also confirmed to “Entertainment Tonight” at the end of February that the home’s auction — which was scheduled for March 7 — was canceled.
Perhaps the mounting bills are why Zolciak made a cameo in the “RHOA” Season 15 trailer.
She starred on the hit Bravo series for five seasons before leaving the franchise in 2012. She later returned as a “friend of” in the 10th season.
The reality TV personality continued sharing her life with Bravo fans when she landed her wedding spinoff, “Don’t Be Tardy for the Wedding,” in 2012.
She also scored her family show, “Don’t Be Tardy,” which aired for eight seasons before ending in 2020.
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