Kim Zolciak can’t escape the drama – not even from her own residence. And it’s being stoked on Twitter and TMZ.
She and Falcons player Kroy Biermann last year moved into a spacious Roswell home owned by former NBA player Antonio Davis and his wife Kendra. But they are having some tenant-landlord issues.
Zolciak during the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reunion taped in March and aired in April, said they were planning to buy the home.
But Zolciak now says the house came in far below the $3.25 million asking price the Davises wanted.
She explained in a Tweet at about 3 p.m. EST:
Due to a horrible inspection report with many defaults, & an appraisal done that came in 1.25m less then asking price Kroy & I didn’t buy the Roswell house its that’s simple #notstupidwithourmoney
So she said they put in notice that they were moving out. Kendra Davis said on Twitter that the reality show couple is squatting and wants them out pronto. A sample Tweet today from @iamkendradavis:
“oh mother goose is getting more and more creative. Stop squatting & start trotting!”
Early last year, Zolciak and Biermann began renting the 11,000-square-foot mansion, the site of their marriage last October. The pending marriage is the focal point of their current Bravo show “Don’t Be Tardy for the Wedding.” During this past Thursday’s episode, they show her wedding security team shooing Antonio Davis away, as if he were an intruder and not the landlord. Zolciak acted all irritated.
Kendra Davis has appeared on both “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and the spinoff as Zolciak’s “interior designer.” Zolciak has said they were friends. It doesn’t appear to be the case anymore.
Davis gave the lease agreement and emails related to it to TMZ, which has been splashing the back and forth all over the site. (Some skeptics think this whole incident is a publicity stunt to help ratings of “Don’t Be Tardy for the Wedding.”) Kroy sent an email March 29, 2012 saying they were moving out May 30. As of June 5, they were still at the house and being charged $600 in penalties per day. If they don’t move out, the Davises will sue in court.
Zolciak has denied being evicted, that they are leaving on their own accord and have paid their rent.
“Initially, things were fine,” Davis told TMZ live. “I used to think she was more dumb than she was devious. Now, I’m not so sure.”
Davis said she has asked to vacate the property and is proceeding legally to get them out.
By Rodney Ho, Radio & TV Talk