According to court papers which was obtained from Fulton County Superior Court, "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" alum was sued by American Express National Bank on November 19, 2018. "Defendant [Zolciak] agreed to pay and was obligated to pay the Plaintiff for all extended credit on Defendant's account," the complaint read.
"Pursuant to the parties' agreement, Plaintiff transmitted to Defendants a monthly billing statement for the account, and Defendant was obligated to pay the minimum payment due as set forth on that statement on a monthly basis," the lawsuit continued. "The Defendant has failed and continues to fail to pay the amounts due and owing on the account."
Radar Online reported that the Bravo star's husband Kroy Biermann accepted the summons when the Sheriff served it on February 9, 2019. The case is currently ongoing.
In related news, Kim was accused of deleting bad reviews of her lip kit. The star claimed that her new KAB Cosmetics lip kit was a smashing hit, though it seemed like customers begged to differ.
"Why are the honest reviews/comments of the products being deleted?" one user wrote on the brand's Instagram page. Trying to explain itself, KAB responded, "We have not intentionally deleted anything, possibly by mistake or possibly the person who wrote it deleted it. We will be more careful in what we consider spam and try to only delete rude comments."
However, people were not buying it with another user writing, "I'm sorry KAB but this isn't true. I saw 2 reviews (that were not positive towards your products) get deleted. They were not rude or insulting in any way. They just wrote their honest review. I don't think that's good business. I'm sure you will delete my comment as well even though I haven't been rude or insulting."
Another comment read, "Untrue. I have personally seen three separate reviews deleted. They were not rude at all, they gave an honest review that the product was not good. I find it hard to believe they were 'accidentally' deleted."
Meanwhile, another customer called out the brand for not disclosing the ingredients on their website. "I just checked @tartecosmetics @ctilburymakeup @beccacosmetics @maccosmetics & they all list full ingredients on the websites. Every item/lipstick you go into it gives you full ingredients, full disclosure. This email bulls**t is just a way to lie and deceive consumers. It’s shady business. Plain & simple," the user said.
Following the accusation, a rep for KAB told Radar Online, "Our ingredients are listed on our website and we only delete rude, insulting comments attacking the girls’ appearance and ones that mention false accusations. All real reviews, negative or positive, are welcome."