Kim Zolciak & Daughter Brielle Sued for Missing Payment on Range Rover, See How Much They Owe, Plus Details of Kim’s “Cruel” Past Divorce From Daniel Toce Are Revealed

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RHOA's Kim Zolciak and Daughter Brielle Sued for Non-Payment on Range Rover as "Cruel" Details of Kim's Past Divorce From Daniel Toce Are Revealed

Kim Zolciak and her daughter, Brielle Biermann, are being sued.

Just months after Brielle, 26, faced a lawsuit from American Express over an alleged $12,000 bill, which was later dismissed, and amid the many lawsuits filed against the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum, 45, the women are being accused of failing to pay for their 2019 Range Rover.

According to court documents obtained by Radar Online on December 22, Ally Bank has filed a lawsuit against Kim and Brielle, stating that they’ve failed to meet the terms of their sales agreement, which required them to pay $1,903 each month for the vehicle.

“Defendants have defaulted on their obligations under the Contract,” the suit said. “As of May 31, 2023, Defendants are indebted to Ally in the sum of $83,969.35. on the Contract.”

In their lawsuit against Kim and Brielle, the bank has asked for permission to take possession of the car.

As Kim continues to face financial hardships, including a $1 million tax lien, she and estranged husband Kroy Biermann, 38, are hoping to sell their seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom, 9,500 square foot home in Milton, Georgia, recently cutting $500,000 off their $6 million asking price.

In other Kim Zolciak news, details regarding her messy split from ex-husband Daniel Toce, who accused the former RHOA cast member of “cruel treatment,” have been revealed.

According to a report, Daniel was thrown out of the Georgia home he shared with Kim as she filed for divorce in September 2001, just four months after they wed, and requested alimony for their daughter, Ariana Biermann, now 22.

After separating in August of that year, when she was eight months pregnant with Ariana, Kim accused Daniel of cheating and “willfully and without justification deserted her and his unborn child,” and she couldn’t work at The Cheetah, an adult venue, due to her pregnancy and needed financial assistance.

“Though Defendant has ample income, he has refused to equally share in the parties outstanding debt or mortgage of the marital home,” Kim claimed in the documents obtained by Radar Online. “As a result of Plaintiff’s pregnancy, childbirth, resulting loss of income and refusal by Defendant to provide financial assistance, Plaintiff is in dire financial straits.”

Kim also said she owed $4,875.69 to Kmart and $900 to Children’s Place, among others, and Daniel was ultimately ordered to pay her $1,200 a month in child support (Kim was already receiving $628 a month from Brielle’s dad).

Kim and Daniel’s divorce was finalized in February 2003, and years later, in 2011, he was convicted of sexual assault and sexual contact with a minor.

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