Reality TV star Kim Zolciak sells belongings of estranged husband on social media

 December 19, 2023

The nasty saga of former "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kim Zolciak and former NFL player Kroy Biermann took another turn this past weekend.

According to Page Six, Zolciak began selling some of her estranged husband's possessions on social media. 

Kroy Biermann's designer luggage touted as being in "excellent condition"

The website explained that Zolciak put up an Instagram post on Saturday which listed six items of designer luggage for $12,500.


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"This was all only carried one time," Zolciak can be heard saying in the accompanying video. "Excellent condition, like I said, he carried it one time on the road to one of his football games."

Page Six noted how in addition to her estranged husband's luggage, Zolciak also created other posts offering his shoes for sale along with her handbags and wigs.

For their part, fans of Biermann reacted to the news by voicing support for him, something Biermann expressed gratitude for a in a social media post of his own, putting up a heart emoji as well as the words, "I see you all."

Biermann alleges infidelity, Zolciak says husband is trying to take children away

Page Six reported that police bodycam footage was released last week documenting an incident that occurred on November 20.

In the video, Biermann could be seen accusing his wife of having affairs with other men as well as causing financial ruin, saying that their "life is destroyed."

Meanwhile, a tearful Zolciak told police that the former Atlanta Falcons outside linebacker had "just been screaming at me for like two hours like a crazy person."

She further alleged that Biermann was attempting to separate her from her children, saying, "I mentally, physically, emotionally cannot take it any longer."

Police report: Child accusing father of "hitting his mom"

What's more, Page Six cited reports from the Milton Police Department and the Alpharetta Police Department obtained by "Entertainment Tonight."

They assert that one of the couple's four children told officers that "his dad was hitting his mom" during the altercation. The child added that his father was "telling her to stop talking or get away from him" but his mother didn't appear to be harmed.

Biermann is said to have initially dismissed the claim "because nothing will happen just like last time" before growing "verbally combative" with the responding officer.

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