Report: Atlanta reality star Kim Zolciak’s home won’t be auctioned off in foreclosure

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Atlanta reality star Kim Zolciak’s Alpharetta mansion will not be auctioned off on March 7 as previously reported, according to People magazine, citing an unnamed source.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has not yet been able to independently confirm this information.

Zolciak and her husband Kroy Biermann purchased the home in 2012. In a notice published in the Fulton County Daily Report Feb. 15, Truist Bank said the mansion was scheduled to be auctioned off on the steps of the Fulton County courthouse on March 7. Records show the couple had defaulted on a $1.65 million loan they took out on the property.

But People magazine’s source said they will be able to stay in their house after all, stating, “The couple has taken the action to clear this up.”

The law office of Brock & Scott, PLLC confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that the auction was canceled Feb. 22 but didn’t say why or whether such an action will be rescheduled.

“Don’t believe everything you hear,” Zolciak’s 21-year-old daughter Ariana, 21, told TMZ after landing at Los Angeles’ LAX airport on Wednesday, adding that it’s all a “misunderstanding.”

Zolciak, who became famous on Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” had a spin-off show,“Don’t Be Tardy,” that aired nearly 100 episodes from 2012 to 2020. She has not been a consistent presence on reality TV in more than two years.