Kim Zolciak’s Daughter Ariana Posts About “Embarrassment” After Mom’s ‘Clickbait’ Post about Allegedly Cheating on Kroy, Plus Kim is Hit With Default Judgement Over Target Credit Card Debt

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Kim Zolciak’s Daughter Ariana Posts About "Embarrasment" After Mom's ‘Clickbait’ Post about Allegedly Cheating on Kroy, Plus Kim is Hit With Default Judgement Over Target Credit Card Debt

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Kim Zolciak’s daughter Ariana Biermann seemingly reacted to Kim’s clickbait post about her allegedly cheating on husband Kroy Biermann – as Ariana addressed her “second-hand embarrassment.”

In the post, Kim questioned whether she allegedly cheated on Kroy, with whom she’s now divorcing. The post didn’t seem serious, and many Don’t Be Tardy fans believe she was reaching for clicks.

“I just went on Instagram for the first time since yesterday,” said Ariana in a video shared by @bravosnarkside on Instagram. “Do you ever get such bad second-hand embarrassment from someone? I literally have anxiety because of your post.”

“And everyone’s gonna be asking me [about it],” the daughter went on. “It’s the way that I find out more in the media these days than any other way. And I am just filled with embarrassment … If you know, you know.”

Meanwhile, Radar Online obtained court docs showing a judge’s order that Zolciak pay $2,613.38 to Target for her alleged debt.

Per the outlet, the default judgment came after Target National Bank sued Kim for a $2,482 bill. Even after repeated demands, Kim allegedly refused to settle the debt.

“[Target] has made demand upon the Defendant for payment, but [Zolciak] has failed, neglected, and refused to make payment upon the account to the Plaintiff,” said the lawsuit.

She apparently opened the credit card back in 2007, but she stopped making the payments after September 2022.

Kim and Kroy recently sued Truist Bank to prevent a foreclosure lawsuit over their Georgia mansion. The exes said they need time to get a buyer, and the foreclosure would create harm for their family.

“I am writing this affidavit today with a sense of urgency and a sincere request for your understanding and assistance in a matter of great importance to my family,” she said amid the suit. “[I] strongly believe that the proceeds from its sale can help alleviate our financial difficulties and secure a stable future for our children. However, the impending threat of foreclosure is looming over us, and time is of the essence.”

“Kroy and I will face insurmountable financial hardships, and the most devasting consequence will be the impact on our children, who would be left homeless.”

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