Retired Atlanta Falcon linebacker Kroy Biermann is asking the Georgia courts to permit him to sell his $3 million estate due to being financially destitute. Biermann and his estranged wife, Kim Zolciak, cannot sell the residence due to a $1.1 million IRS lien placed on it, which they cannot pay.
In addition to the lien, the couple are facing a $400,000 lawsuit from automaker BMW and a second $100,000 lawsuit from Capital One/Saks. Despite the IRS lien, Biermann told the court that the property had some equity, and the home sale would allow him to repay the debt and purchase separate homes for both he and his wife. He told the court that a swift decision and immediate sale of the residence is needed, as there is a second foreclosure on the property looming.
This marks the second time Bierman has filed a request for permission to sell the property. The former NFL player claims Zolciak deliberately tried to thwart the sale by filing documents demanding a specific judge preside over the case. He stated that his estranged wife has repeatedly refused to cooperate, leave, or sell the property despite how the actions impact the couple’s four minor children. Biermann’s request further accuses his wife of abusive behavior toward the children and requests the judge appoint a guardian ad litem to investigate.
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