Brielle Biermann is Facing Land Rover Being Seized After Missed Payments, Plus Kim and Kroy Biermann’s Parental Fitness to Be Evaluated Amid Divorce, Details Revealed

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Brielle Biermann is Facing Land Rover Being Seized After Missed Payments, Plus Kim and Kroy Biermann’s Parental Fitness to Be Evaluated Amid Divorce, Details Revealed

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According to reports, Ally Bank requested that a sheriff take possession of Brielle Biermann’s Land Rover after missed payments. Meanwhile, her mom, Kim Zolciak, and her stepdad, Kroy Biermann, reportedly must pay for a parent fitness evaluator.

The Don’t Be Tardy exes are now divorcing amid financial difficulties. In November, one of the children called the cops to stop a tense argument between Kim and Kroy. Cops were also called to the home on two prior occasions.

Radar Online obtained court docs showing that Ally Bank asked a judge to approve a Turnover Order – which would allow a local Sheriff to take possession of Brielle’s Land Rover.

The outlet previously reported that the bank sued Kim and Brielle for defaulting on their installment agreement.

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

The lawsuit alleged that the mother and daughter agreed to fork over $1,903 a month for the vehicle. Ally claimed it could seize the car due to the default.

In the middle of January, Ally Bank told the court it served Brielle and Kim the legal paperwork. The two family members have not filed a response.

Around the same time, TMZ also obtained court documents, which show that a parent fitness evaluator was appointed to Kim and Kroy to monitor them with their four minor kids.

The evaluator will reportedly interview both the parents and children, visit the home, observe the family, possibly go to the school, and consult with professionals who worked with their family before.

The evaluator also has the authority to investigate any part of the case, and they can therefore inspect all records, including from the children’s schools, medical providers, a hospital, the police, the Department of Family and Children Services, and anywhere else related to the family.

In addition, the evaluator can make copies of any records they access. Kim and Kroy will have to pay $2,500 each for the evaluator.