Kroy Biermann has locked Kim Zolciak out of her business amid messy divorce
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Kroy Biermann has assumed control of estranged wife Kim Zolciak’s Biermann’s Closet business amid their messy divorce, Page Six has exclusively learned.
“Kim has no access and is locked out,” a source close to Zolciak tells us. “So she wants to start a new shop with complete autonomy.”
The “Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum, 45, urged her social media followers not to purchase items from Biermann’s Closet on Instagram Wednesday night.
“Please do not purchase from Biermanns Closet at this time until further notice. Thank you,” she wrote. “I will be setting up a new website for all things Kim and kids.”
Biermann and a rep for Zolciak didn’t immediately respond to Page Six’s requests for comment.
Currently, Biermann’s Closet is up and running with items from the now-exes’ personal wardrobes for sale.
From Zolciak, customers can snag anything from an $8,000 vintage Ralph Lauren gown to a $6,750 brand-new Fendi handbag to an array of wigs that range in price from $1,500 to $2,750.
Meanwhile, Biermann, 37, only has three T-shirts for sale. The most expensive one, previously listed at $125, has been marked down to a paltry $70.
Notably, the pair’s children — including Kroy Jagger, 11, Kash, 10, and 9-year-old twins Kane and Kaia, plus Zolciak’s eldest daughters, Brielle, 26, and Ariana Biermann, 21, whom Kroy adopted as minors — are parting ways with clothing as well, though sales won’t financially benefit their famous mother until a new site is established.
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The “Little’s Closet” is packed with affordable Zara Kids digs, while Brielle and Ariana’s shops are full of relatively inexpensive denim and athletic wear, along with steeply priced designer bags and shoes.
Kroy filed for divorce from Zolciak on May 5 after 11 years of marriage.
A source told Page Six at the time that Zolciak wanted to divorce the retired NFL player “months” prior, but he beat her to the courthouse.
News of Zolciak and Kroy’s split came mere hours after TMZ reported that they owe the IRS more than $1 million.
Insiders previously told us tension had been mounting for some time as the couple — who tied the knot on Nov. 11, 2011, in an elaborate televised wedding — allegedly dealt with more financial hardships behind closed doors.
In the wake of their separation, Kroy has accused Zolciak of having a “gambling problem and “spending substantial time and marital funds” on her alleged hobby.
Zolciak subsequently shared a cryptic post about manipulative people with “toxic” qualities.
“Manipulation is when they blame you for your reaction to their toxic behavior,” the quote, which she posted to her Instagram Stories on May 24, read, “but never discuss their disrespect that triggered you.”
Adding to their present discord, Zolciak and Kroy have each requested sole legal and physical custody of their kids.
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