TMZ reports that officers responded to a call placed by one of Zolciak and Bierrmann’s four children after the couple got into a verbal domestic dispute. Three officers and a supervisor arrived at their home to address the dispute, which reportedly got “extremely loud.”
The officers were able to settle things between the estranged couple, per TMZ.
This isn’t the first time Zolciak and Biermann have had the cops called on them. Zolciak called authorities in September because she didn’t “feel safe” in the home she shared with Biermann and needed to leave. She claimed he took both of her cell phones. When the police responded to her call, they were able to retrieve her phones and sort things out between Zolciak and Biermann. She reportedly agreed to sleep in a separate bedroom and keep the door locked, according to TMZ.
It appears that tensions have been high at home since Biermann filed for divorce again in late August, claiming his marriage to Zolciak was “irretrievably broken.”
According to the filing, Biermann demanded sole custody of their children and requested Zolciak pay child support and alimony. He also requested sole ownership of their Georgia residence.
The pair are still living under the same roof with their kids.
A new court order, granted in October, gave Zolciak exclusive use of their basement and nanny suite while Biermann got the primary bedroom. It also declared that neither parent can “disparage the other parent in the presence of or earshot of the minor children,” or eavesdrop when the other parent is with the kids.
The court order also allowed them to put the house up for sale for $6 million.
Prior to Biermann filing for divorce, sources told TMZ that the couple had been fighting for “several weeks” about their financial woes.
This is the second time they have filed for divorce in 2023. They both separately filed for divorce in May but it appeared that they were trying to reconcile their marriage after they filed to “dismiss their petitions for divorce” in early July.
A source later said they were “getting along” and “trying to make it work for the kids.”