New Details Revealed on What Kim Zolciak & Kroy’s Son Told Cops in Shocking 911 Call as Divorce Judge Sets Deadline for Court-Ordered Mediation for RHOA Alums

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RHOA Alums Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann's Son Claimed "Dad Was Hitting" Mom in 911 Call as Divorce Judge Sets Deadline for Court-Ordered Mediation

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One of Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann‘s sons told cops it looked like the former NFL player was “hitting” Kim during a 911 call he made to police last month during one of their many domestic disputes.

Weeks after the Real Housewives of Atlanta stars were involved in a loud argument at their $6 million Georgia mansion on November 20, details about what the child told cops have been revealed as a judge orders Kim, 45, and Kroy, 38, to complete their court-ordered mediation by the end of next month.

In reports from the Milton Police Department and the Alpharetta Police Department, via Entertainment Tonight, it was noted that Kim and Kroy’s son suspected “his dad was hitting his mom” — and that Kroy “put his hand into her face … with his [fingers] extended.”

“It looked like Kroy may have hit [Kim],” the unidentified child explained.

But he later clarified that Kroy’s gesture “was more in the way of telling her to stop talking or get away from him.”

While the son replied, “No,” when asked if Kroy had been aggressive, he was said to have been “verbally combative” with the responding officer.

As RHOA fans may have heard, Kroy accused Kim of “f*cking other men” and destroying their lives, leaving them with “no money” and “no house,” after officers arrived on scene.

Kim and Kroy share four minor children, including Kroy “KJ” Jr., 12, Kash, 11, and twins Kaia and Kane, 10. Plus, following their November 2011 wedding, Kroy adopted Kim’s two older children, Brielle Biermann, 26, and Ariana Biermann, 22.

In other Kim Zolciak news, in a court order filed on Monday, December 11, Judge Shermela J. Williams stated that she and Kroy must complete their divorce mediation session by January 31, 2024.

“As there are numerous unresolved issues, based upon review of the record and applicable authority, the Court finds that the Parties’ interests and the orderly management of the Court’s docket would be served by referring the above-styled case to mediation,” she wrote, via Us Weekly. “Both Parties must attend the mediation session.”

The order also noted that Kim and Kroy could set up their mediation session with the Fulton County Alternative Dispute Resolution program or hire a private mediator, and it noted that whichever method they chose, they must split costs equally.

If the couple is unable to come to an agreement, their divorce case will stay assigned to the court.

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