Kim Zolciak continues to purge her and her family’s closets in a desperate attempt to make some extra cash amid their ongoing financial woes.
The former “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star gave her 3.4 million Instagram followers the opportunity to purchase a couple of pairs of her and Kroy Biermann’s designer shoes Tuesday.
On the one hand, Zolciak advertised a pair of her estranged husband’s Louis Vuitton shoes, as well as a pair of Dior sneakers, for $600 each on her Instagram Story.
Meanwhile, she was willing to part ways with a pair of her own black Balmain heels for $600 and another pair of Gucci boots for $1,250.
Despite the hefty price tags, Zolciak insisted that all of the “cute” shoes were either never worn or only worn once.
This isn’t the first time that Zolciak has tried to pawn off her designer duds in an effort to pay off some of her mounting debt.
In the last couple of months, the blond bombshell has tried selling everything from her $2,750 wigs to her daughters’ clothing items.
In July, the 45-year-old gave her followers a chance to snag her daughter Brielle’s Louis Vuitton duffle bag for $20,000, and two Chanel purses for $7,000 and $5,500 respectively.
“I’m cleaning out her closet, kinda, without her authorization a little bit too,” Zolciak said via Instagram Story at the time, adding that she accepts payments through Zelle or Cash App.
While it’s unclear if anyone has actually purchased the items listed on her Story, Zolciak and Biermann’s financial problems seem to be never-ending.
Not only is the “RHOA” alum being sued by BMW for $400,000 and Capital One/Saks for an additional $100,000, but the pair’s shared Georgia mansion is also facing foreclosure.
In fact, Biermann seemingly listed the 9,500-square-foot estate for $3.2 million on Tuesday — but sources later told TMZ the listing is fake.
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While the couple might not have been the ones behind the post, Biermann has been begging a judge to let them sell the home to pay off their “significant debt” for weeks.
In documents filed within his divorce petition, the 38-year-old claimed that by selling the home the pair — who is headed for divorce — could each buy their own smaller properties.
However, a judge has not decided if the duo is allowed to unload the home or let it go into foreclosure in November.
Biermann, who has undergone a complete transformation since their split, filed for divorce for the second time on Aug. 24. The second filing came a few weeks after the pair called off their first split.
In the filings, the former Atlanta Falcons player also claimed his estranged wife’s gambling problem “financially devastated” their family.
He is requesting sole legal and physical custody of their four minor kids: Kroy “KJ” Jr., 12, Kash, 11, and twins Kaia and Kane, 9.