REPORT: Kim Zolciak Spends Over 3 Hours on Phone With $685 Per Hour Psychic, Buys $900 Shoes for Daughter as Insider Claims She’s in “Denial” About Home Foreclosure

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Kim Zolciak Spends Over 3 Hours on Phone With $685 Per Hour Psychic, Buys $900 Shoes for Daughter Amid Financial Woes as Insider Claims She's in "Denial" About Home Foreclosure

Kim Zolciak spent over three-and-a-half hours on the phone with a Hollywood psychic earlier this week, potentially drumming up a bill for over $2,000 amid her family’s financial struggles.

With her home heading to auction on March 7, the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum, who previously starred in her own spinoff, Don’t Be Tardy, took part in a conversation that lasted three hours and 35-minute with Natalie Tomlinson, who boasts a slew of celebrity clients, including former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Denise Richards.

On February 22, the Daily Mail shared a screenshot of Kim’s call to Natalie, noting the medium charges a whopping $685 for each one-hour reading.

“Just finished my reading with the best [Natalie Tomlinson] (holy sh-t look at the time),” Kim, 44, reportedly wrote on her Instagram Story after their call was finished.

RHOA Kim Zolciak Potentially Spends $2,000 on Call to Psychic

Although Kim and her husband, former NFL player Kroy Biermann, 37, are expected to lose their “dream home” in just a week’s time, that didn’t stop Kim from splurging on an expensive pair of shoes for daughter Brielle Biermann, who turns 26 on February 25.

“Early bday gift from mom,” Brielle wrote on her Instagram Story days ago, along with a photo of her new green Bottega Veneta shoes, which the Daily Mail said retail for around $900.

“Anything for you,” Kim replied.

RHOA Kim Zolciak Buys Expensive Shoes for Brielle Amid Financial Strain

As fans may have heard, Kim and Kroy are facing foreclosure after defaulting on a $1.65 million loan they took out in October 2012. And while Kim has repeatedly denied the foreclosure, even calling her haters “idiots” for thinking that her property was sold last year for $257,000, a second report from In Touch Weekly says she’s simply in “denial” and “heartbroken” over the foreclosure.

“She’s a bragger at heart so this is super embarrassing for her,” the source shared, adding that Kim is “expecting a miracle.”

The outlet went on to note that Kim and Kroy’s five-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom, 6,900-square-foot home will be sold at an auction “to the highest bidder for cash” on March 7 due to their “failure to pay the indebtedness as and when due and in the manner provided.”

The insider went on to say that when it comes to Kim and Kroy’s financial turmoil, the “saddest part” is that Kim “really loves her home.”

“She’s raised kids there, so she’s heartbroken more than anything,” they explained.