Chase Bank sues Kroy Biermann over credit card debt amid financial struggles

Former NFL player Kroy Biermann is facing a lawsuit from Chase Bank over an unresolved credit card debt of $13,071.88. The legal action, initiated on Monday in Fulton County court, adds to the financial woes of Biermann and his wife, reality TV personality Kim Zolciak-Biermann. The couple is already grappling with a substantial IRS debt exceeding $1 million, state tax arrears, and various other legal challenges.

Biermann’s financial troubles have been escalating throughout the year. In February, their Georgia mansion was on the brink of foreclosure but was saved at the last minute and listed for sale at $6 million. The couple’s personal life has also been under strain, with Biermann filing for divorce twice between May and August, seeking sole custody of their children. In a countermove, Kim has sought primary physical custody, disputing the notion that their marriage is beyond repair.

Despite these issues, which include the repossession of a leased Rolls Royce (LON:) by BMW (ETR:) and a separate lawsuit from Sky Warrior concerning a $52,500 gambling debt from the Bahamas, the couple has maintained a public presence. They were seen together in Los Angeles during Kim’s medical procedure in October and celebrated their anniversary on November 11.

The outcome of the lawsuit from Chase Bank and the resolution of their other debts remain to be seen.

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