Kroy Biermann is tired of petty swipes with his estranged wife, Kim Zolciak, amid their divorce, and he’s making one urgent plea … sign off on the sale of their home, STAT.
The ex-NFL star’s attorney, Marlys A. Bergstrom, tells us … Kim’s recent on-camera suggestion that Kroy asking a court to let him put the Georgia mansion on the market was actually her idea is simply posturing … and it’s meaningless considering how dire things are.
Bergstrom says Kroy is over all the gamesmanship and simply wants what’s in the best interest of everyone involved — including their 4 children — and that boils down to selling this house yesterday, collecting whatever equity they can and paying off a ton of debt.
Per KB’s attorney, the family’s deep in the hole right now — well north of a million bucks — and they’re also on the verge of having their home foreclosed on for good … despite Kroy’s best efforts to sell personal items and make mortgage payments.
Unless they act soon, we’re told, they’ll be out on the streets … with other bill collectors continuing to come after them. Bergstrom says the only way to rectify their financial situation in one fell swoop is to sell the house — and Kroy is basically begging his wife to come to the table and sign a joint consent agreement that’ll get this ball rolling.
Kroy has gone to court in the meantime since he says Kim has failed to meet him halfway — requesting an emergency hearing to get permission from a judge directly — but Bergstrom says all that is unnecessary if Kim just plays ball.
Bergstrom tells us Kroy isn’t out to hurt Kim, nor does he want to one-up her — right now, his only focus is protecting their children and helping the family move forward.
Bottom line … Kroy wants to turn the page, but feels his wife has her head buried in the sand. While she’s gallivanting in L.A. — his lawyer says he’s in Georgia trying to navigate their money nightmare … and he needs her to come back to Earth to face the music.