Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann Accused of Owing Over $1 Million in Back Taxes, Details Revealed Amid Foreclosure Drama

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'RHOA' alum Kim Zolciak and husband Kroy Biermann, who appeared on eight seasons of 'Don't Be Tardy,' are late on their tax payments to the IRS and Georgia.

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Kim Zolciak and her husband, Kroy Biermann, owe over $1 million to the IRS — and that’s not their only bill that’s past due.

Months after it was reported that the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum’s home had gone into foreclosure, she and the ex-NFL player, who appeared on eight seasons of Don’t Be Tardy, are facing a couple of hefty balances after reportedly failing to pay not only their federal taxes for a number of years but also their state taxes.

According to court documents obtained by TMZ on May 8, Kim and Kroy have accrued a past due balance of $1.1 million in unpaid taxes, interest, and penalties to the IRS for the years 2013, 2017, and 2018, and they owe $15,000 to the state of Georgia for an overdue balance from 2018.

As the outlet explained, Kim and Kroy’s home, which is situated on a country club in Alpharetta, went into foreclosure in February as Truist Bank enlisted the help of a law firm amid the process. But up until this point, there doesn’t seem to have been any action taken to seize the mansion from the couple. Instead, as daughters Brielle Biermann and Ariana Biermann have denied the foreclosure completely, saying the ordeal is nothing more than a “misunderstanding,” the family has continued to make social media postings from the residence.

As fans well know, Kim has been denying claims of foreclosure since last year. And in late February, ahead of what was supposed to be a March auction of the home, influencer Georgio Says claimed that after looking into the matter himself, he learned the sale had been canceled.

“I looked online. There is a foreclosure notice about Kim’s home, and I wanted to verify if this auction was actually taking place,” he said in an Instagram video. “So I spoke to the law offices that are handling the specific property.”

Then, in audio shared by Georgio of the alleged phone call, a woman reportedly told him, “There was a sale dated for March 7 of 2023. That sale is not taking place anymore.”

“It was canceled,” she added. “And there is not a sale that is issued for that home at this time.”

Back in November, amid claims that her home was sold for just over $250,000, Kim took to her Instagram Story with a message for her critics.

“What are you gonna do, haters, when I’m here for Christmas, and I’m here for my birthday in May, and I’m here for all these amazing dates?” she asked. “I’m here until I f-cking wanna move out — until I decide I don’t wanna live here anymore. So enjoy the view, haters, because you’re gonna be seeing it for quite some time.”