Warning signs. Andy Cohen admitted that he has I had concerns about how kim zolciak and her estranged husband, kroy biermannspend your money.
“There are so many clips of me saying to Kim, ‘I’m concerned about the way you spend your money. He’s not a football player, he’s a retired football player,’” Andy, 54, said during the Tuesday, May 16 episode of SiriusXM’s “Andy Cohen Live.”
He added that he told Kim, 44, that she “can’t” keep spending money and not save.
“Kroy was a retired football player. The money from the soccer players no longer came in, ”he said. See what happens live the host said as he continued to explain his concerns.
Andy said he warned Kim about her financial habits just a week after news broke that she and Kroy, 37, She filed for divorce after 11 years of marriage. The former Atlanta Falcons player submitted his petition on May 5, while Kim filed her own paperwork for a contested divorce on May 7, In contact confirmed at the time. Both filings were electronically entered into the Fulton County Superior Court system on May 8.
Noting that their marriage was “irretrievably broken” in her filing, Kroy added that her four youngest children, KJ, Kash, Kaia and Kane, are currently in her care.
Kroy adopted Kim’s daughters from previous relationships: Brielle and Ariana – in 2013.
He asked for temporary and permanent sole legal and physical custody in his filing, as well as child support from his estranged wife. In addition, the former athlete requested that he be “awarded the exclusive, temporary and permanent use and possession” of his marital home.
Meanwhile, Kim filed for alimony, child support and payment of her legal fees. He Real Housewives of Atlanta alum also asked to have her maiden name restored.
The former couple ended their marriage amid their ongoing financial problems.
In October 2022, In contact confirmed that Kim and Kroy defaulted on a $300,000 loan which they took at their home in Alpharetta, Georgia. property after entered foreclosure proceedings and was scheduled to go up for auction on March 7. However, the couple managed to keep the residence in a last-minute deal made in February.
His money problems continued to surface when TMZ reported May 8 that they owe the IRS $1.1 million in unpaid taxes, interest and penalties for 2013, 2017 and 2018. In addition, they owe Georgia $15,000 in unpaid 2018 taxes.
While neither Kim nor Kroy have spoken publicly about their split, a source said us weekly that their financial struggles ultimately ended with their marriage.
“The financial burdens have been a strain on their relationship,” the source told the outlet. “Between the tax debt and other financial stresses, it has been difficult. The tax debt was the straw that broke the camel’s back in their marriage.”
Meanwhile, a relationship expert told him exclusively In contact that their separation “was not a surprise”.
“Even for the most emotionally mature partnership, financial stress will put both parties into a physiological stress response, which then puts them in a self-preservation state of mind that feels like it’s ‘me against everyone else.'” rutha Integrative Somatic Trauma Therapist, he explained.