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Kim Zolciak Has Grandmama Drama

Kim Zolciak

I could understand another parent suing for visitation rights… but a grandparent? Well, that’s exactly what Kim Zolciak is dealing with as her mother Karen Zolciak is suing her reality television daughter as apparently she’s barred her from seeing her grandchildren. Talk about grandmama drama!

Karen has filed a petition in Georgia to see her grandchildren (Brielle, 15, and Arianna, 9) as apparently she hasn’t been seeing much of them since Kim’ husband Kroy Biermann has joined their lives.

According to the documents obtained by E! News, grandma claims that she “spent time with the girls on a regular basis since they were born,” and says the sisters “have spent a lot of time at our house cooking, baking, doing crafts, having sleepovers, playing with our dogs, making hot fudge sundaes, eating ‘poppy’ burgers.”

Karen says that “before Kroy [Biermann, Kim's husband since November 2011] came into Kim’s life, we spent a Christmas in the Bahamas with them,” and says Ariana and Brielle “live such a crappy, abnormal life being on TV—they need a normal haven to relax and unwind and just be kids.”

She adds that the children “usually don’t want to leave when they come over because it’s so calm and comfortable at our house,” but that Kim “won’t let them come over.”

Hmm… so far Kim hasn’t commented on the case on Twitter but something tells us that we’ll be seeing this go down on the next season of Real Housewives of Atlanta. Is it just me, or does the Bravo Network really crave this type of unnecessary family drama?

Photo via PacificCoastNews.com

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