Court Mandates Kim Zolciak Move Into the Basement to Avoid Kroy Biermann and Prevent Further 911 Calls
Kim Zolciak and her estranged husband, Kroy Biermann, have been ordered to stay away from each other while living under the same roof amid their ongoing divorce war.
The judge presiding over the estranged couple’s divorce moved to separate the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum and the former pro athlete inside their Georgia mansion, per court documents obtained by Radar Online. Police have been dispatched to the residence several times since the couple announced their breakup, earlier this year.
Kim Zolciak accused the former Atlanta Falcons linebacker of locking up her belongings, stealing her cell phones and locking her out of the master bedroom. The pair’s four children, Kroy Jr., 11, Kash, 10, and 9 year-old twins Kaia and Kane, have regularly watched police respond to domestic meltdowns inside the family home.
The judge recently granted a motion that allows the sale of the home amid ongoing foreclosure proceedings. The seven-bedroom, eleven-bath house is currently on the market for $6 million.
The court has now ruled that Kim will have exclusive use of the basement and the nanny quarters and Kroy will have the master bedroom.
The order stated — “Neither party shall enter the other party’s individually awarded space in the marital residence without permission. The parties shall share the common areas of the Marital Residence.”
The judge also ruled that both parties “shall civilly towards one another – especially in the presence of the minor children.”
He stated — “Both parties shall refrain from engaging in disparaging contact and/or communication with each other. Both parties shall be restrained and enjoined from harassing, vilifying, assaulting, stalking, or otherwise harming the other party or the minor children in any manner, form or fashion. Neither parent shall disparage the other parent in the presence of or earshot of the minor children. Neither party shall eavesdrop, surveil, interrupt, or otherwise interfere with the other parent’s visitation with the minor children.”
Kim and Kroy were also told not to use their children to relay messages back and forth.
The judge concluded — “Each parent is hereby enjoined and restrained from doing, or attempting to do, or threatening to do, any act injuring, maltreating, vilifying, molesting, or harassing the adverse party.”
Police responded to back-to-back incidents at the estranged couple’s mansion on September 30, two days after Kroy was accused of swiping his estranged wife’s cell phone and dodging police.
Kroy called 911 to complain that his wife had barricaded herself inside a room, which had led to an alleged physical altercation. The police, who indicated that the incident was cleared an hour later, noted that the couple’s children were “around the house” at the time of the dispute.
Kim Zolciak made the second 911 call of the day, accusing Kroy of domestic violence as noted in heavily redacted dispatch records.
Earlier this month, police body cam footage captured during an August 25 episode revealed Kroy engaged in a standoff with police after he was ordered to turn over his wife’s belongings.
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