Kim Zolciak is clapping back at her “haters.”
The Real Housewives of Atlanta alum denies reports that her $2.5 million Georgia home was auctioned off for $257k after falling into foreclosure.
“My house was not sold for $257,000. If you guys think that I would let my home, that we put millions and millions of dollars [into], go for $257,000, you’re an idiot, OK? For real,” Kim said in a video on her Instagram Story on Monday via Bravo Housewives.
Kim insists that she will NOT be leaving her home until she decides to do so.
“So, what are you going to do, haters, when I’m here for Christmas, and I’m here for my birthday, and I’m here for all those amazing dates?” she asked. “I’m here until I f–king want to move out. ‘Til I decide I don’t want to live here anymore.”
The former Don’t Be Tardy star concluded, “So enjoy the view, haters, ’cause you’re going to be seeing it for quite some time.”
As we previously reported, Kim’s home allegedly sold at auction for $257k on Tuesday, November 1.
This comes after a Notice of Sale Under Power was filed. Kim and Kroy allegedly “failed to pay back” a $300,000 loan taken out on the property in December 2013. This loan was the couple’s second mortgage on the property. They acquired a $1.65M mortgage in November 2012. That first mortgage seems to be up to date, per county records. It’s unclear why the couple is paying their first and larger mortgage but not their second.
Per Page Six, Kim’s home did fall into foreclosure, but according to records, the debt was settled in October.
Kim and Kroy’s home is valued at $2,535,285. The home sits on Manor Golf & Country Club and boasts five bedrooms, and six-and-a-half bathrooms, totaling 6,907-square-foot of living space.
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