Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann barely 'tolerating each other' in shared mansion amid bitter divorce
Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann 'blame each other' for the situation, and it's only getting worse, according an insider
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The lives of Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann remain closely entwined. The 'Don't Be Tardy' actors are still working out the details of their acrimonious divorce.
Still, for now, they are living together in their mansion in Alpharetta, Georgia, along with their twins, Kaia and Kane, who are nine years old, and Kroy Jr, who is twelve.
Kim and Kroy can barely 'tolerate each other'
An insider explained to a magazine about the current situation, "Kim and Kroy may be living under the same roof, but to say they're tolerating each other is generous."
The source added, "They can go from being cordial to hating each other in the blink of an eye," as reported by OK Magazine.
'Kim and Kroy can't stand each other'
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The source added, "Kim and Kroy can't stand each other, but they have no other choice. Neither one of them can afford to get their own place until this home sells."
They continued, "They're praying they'll find a buyer, and soon, so that they can get as far away from each other as possible."
After Biermann initially filed for divorce in May but momentarily reconciled with Zolciak over the summer, the 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' alum and the former NFL star have taken the world and their loved ones on a rollercoaster ride.
They are facing numerous lawsuits from credit card companies as well as a substantial tax lien. The athlete filed for divorce again in August after having it dismissed, as per reports.
Kroy Biermann and Kim Zolciak 'blame each other'
The insider noted of where the two currently stand, "Kim and Kroy fight and blame each other for their situation. And it's only getting worse."
In order for the Bravo celebrity and the former Atlanta Falcons athlete to maintain harmony in front of their children, the judge formally divided up their residence, as per reports.
The deed stipulated that "neither party shall enter the other party's individually awarded space in the marital residence without permission," meaning that Biermann was required to occupy the main bedroom and Zolciak would have the property's basement.
Additionally, the ex-couple recently pleaded with the judge to halt their estate's foreclosure.
Zolciak stated in her declaration, "I am writing this affidavit today with a sense of urgency and a sincere request for your understanding and assistance in a matter of great importance to my family."
She added, "We strongly believe that the proceeds from its sale can help alleviate our financial difficulties and secure a stable future for our children. However, the impending threat of foreclosure is looming over us, and time is of the essence."