Ex-Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak and her estranged husband Kroy Biermann have been accused of failing to show up to court despite being served with legal paperwork — and now the reality stars are facing being hit with a massive 6-figure judgment.
According to court documents obtained by RadarOnline.com, Simmons Bank has asked that a default be entered against Kim and Kroy for blowing off the case.
The lawsuit was filed on July 5, 2023, and the couple was served on August 16. Simmons Bank said the couple had until September 15 to respond but failed to do so.
As a result, Simmons has asked that a default be entered which is the first step in obtaining a default judgment against Kim and Kory.
As we first reported, in the lawsuit, Simmons Bank claimed the duo took out a Home Equity Line of Credit in the amount of $300k that had an original maturity date of December 2016.
The suit said Kim and Kroy modified the loan in August 2017 which extended the maturity date to December 2017. A second modification was executed in 2018 where the two acknowledged they owed $271k on the principal.
Simmons said Kim and Kory agreed to make monthly payments of $1,132.46 with the first payment due in February 2018 and the last payment due in January 2038.