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Kim Zolciak Faces Lawsuit Over Unpaid Department Store Credit Card Bill




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In a recent legal development, Kim Zolciak, known for her appearance on “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” is being sued by Target for allegedly failing to settle a credit card balance, Your Content has learned.

Target National Bank, responsible for managing Target’s credit cards, claims that Zolciak opened an account with them back in 2007 but has now accumulated a $2,482.24 debt.

Despite payment demands from the bank, Zolciak has reportedly neglected to make any payments since September, with only a $500 payment made at that time.

It’s worth noting that Zolciak and her estranged husband, Kroy Biermann, are currently going through a contentious divorce and are facing numerous financial troubles.

Aside from the unpaid credit card balance, they are also allegedly indebted to the IRS for a sum of around $1 million.

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Adding to their financial woes, Biermann was recently sued for not repaying a casino line of credit obtained in the Bahamas, as well as for allegedly missing lease payments on a Rolls-Royce.

Target aims to pursue Zolciak for the full outstanding balance, along with accrued interest. These legal proceedings highlight the latest in a series of alleged financial challenges faced by the reality TV personality, according to TMZ.

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