In a move most hardcore Bravo-holics didn’t see coming, Champion Daily has learned it was Kroy Biermann who was the one that pulled the plug on his Tardy to the Party, wife, and Ultimate Housewife, Kim Zolciak.
According to the documents filed on May 5th, in Fulton County, Georgia, the divorce records state that Biermann “has separated from Respondent on the ground that the marriage is irretrievably broken and thereby entitling Petitioner to a divorce under Georgia law.”
Zolciak was served a summons on Monday, May 8.
The documents go on to note that Biermann will “seek the temporary and permanent sole legal and sole physical custody” of the former couple’s four underage children: Kroy Jr., Kash, Kaia and Kane.
Both parents are required to complete a domestic intake worksheet, which monitor the treatment of their children over 30 days.
Meanwhile, their Alpharetta home has been a sore spot since they purchased the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom estate in 2012 for $880,000.
The property faced foreclosure a few times when they defaulted on their mortgage and failed to pay taxes. It is likely, based on the debt they currently carry, that the home is at risk again.
While both parties have been quiet about their split, a source close to the couple off that Biermann was the one to file first — but “Kim wanted to get ahead of it.”
Meanwhile, on Monday, Biermann seemingly shaded his estranged wife when he updated his Instagram bio to include “My Ring Meant a Thing” — an apparent dig at the blond bombshell Bravolebrity’s hit single “The Ring Didn’t Mean a Thing” — in light of their split.
That wasn’t the only happenings on social media, as fans began chatting about the couple’s eldest daughter, Brielle, seemingly unfollowing her adoptive father on the Gram.
It is about to get messy and we are here for this.