Kim Zolciak Is Selling Her Wigs And Reportedly Begging Bravo For A Job
Earlier this month, we learned that former Real Housewives of Atlanta cast members Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann were getting a divorce after 11 years of marriage. The news dropped a few hours after it was reported the couple owed the IRS over $1 million in unpaid taxes and a few months after rumors swirled that their home was in foreclosure. Now, according to legal expert Tori Spelling, getting a divorce is very expensive. Especially when you’re already in trouble with the IRS and your estranged husband says you online-gambled your family’s fortune away.
TMZ reports that Kim is so desperate for money that she’s selling her trademark wigs on her website. And sources tell Radar Online that she’s “begging” Bravo execs to give her a job. She’ll take anything! You want someone to clean up all the drinks thrown in Housewives’ faces? Kim’s your girl (as long as she’s allowed to wring out the spilled alcohol into her red solo cup and save it for the drive home)!
Here’s what Radar’s sources say:
“Kim knows how to make great reality TV — and not much else — which is why she’s begging them to take her back! She needs the money. She needs a job. She’s desperate!”
Since the divorce news broke, 45-year-old Kim and 37-year-old Kroy have been engaged in a messy, messy custody battle over their four young kids, with accusations of drug use (Kim says Kroy is an unfit parent cuz he smokes weed) and “very troubling behavior” (Kim’s alleged compulsive gambling and “underlying mental health issues”). Both parties are asking for full custody and child support from the other. But it doesn’t seem like either of them have any money. Kroy hasn’t played for the NFL since 2015, and the family reality show Don’t Be Tardy was canceled in 2021. It was time for Kim to bust out the big guns: her precious wig collection. They’re listed on her website and range between $1,500 and $2,750 (please note that they all reek of cigarette smoke):
Computer, zoom in on that first picture:
Damn, that mannequin head has seen some things. At first, I thought that black mark under her lip was a mole, but upon closer inspection, it’s a crack. Signs of abuse? Hopefully, the poor gal gets sold along with the wig and finds herself a safe, new home.