Former ‘RHOA’ Star Kim Zolciak Divorcing Kroy Biermann After 11 Years of Marriage

Kim Zolciak, Kroy Bermann arrives at the NBCUniversal Summer Press Day at The Langham Huntington Hotel on April 18, 2012 in Pasadena, CA — Photo by Jean_Nelson/Deposit Photos

It’s the end of the road for another reality TV couple.

Real Housewives of Atlanta alum Kim Zolciak has filed for divorce from former NFL player Kroy Biermann after 11 years of marriage, according to legal documents obtained by TMZ.

The couple’s date of separation is listed as April 30, the documents say.

Zolciak said the marriage is “irretrievably broken with no hope of reconciliation.”

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The reality TV star is mom to daughters Brielle, 25, and Ariana, 21. She also shares four children with Biermann, Kroy Jr., 11; Kash, 10; and 9-year-old twins Kane and Kaia.

Zolciak has requested primary physical custody of the minor children and joint legal custody. She additionally asked for spousal support and said she wants to legally restore her maiden name.

From 2001 to 2003, Kim was married to Daniel Toce. This was Kroy’s first marriage.

Zolciak, 44, was part of the original RHOA cast when the show launched in 2008. She left the series after five seasons in 2012, but later returned as a “friend” on season 10 in 2017.

She met Biermann, 37, at a charity event and introduced him on the Bravo series in 2010.

They became engaged and landed a spinoff special titled Don’t Be Tardy for the Wedding. The show clicked with viewers and was renewed for a second season as Don’t Be Tardy.

The series premiered in 2012, and followed the couple along with their six children.

Season 8 ended in December 2020. Bravo opted not to bring the show back and officially canceled it in May 2021.

“While Don’t Be Tardy will not be returning for another season, the Biermanns will always be part of the Bravo family and we look forward to seeing what’s next,” Bravo said at the time.

In recent months, the couple has continued to make headlines for a string of financial troubles, including their Georgia mansion going into foreclosure earlier this year. They also reportedly owe the IRS more than $1 million in back taxes, multiple outlets reported.

A source told People magazine on Monday that money problems led to the split.

“The money has been a huge issue,” the source said. “The million-dollar tax [payment] was just way too much pressure on them.”