Kim Zolciak's high-rolling gambling habit was chronicled less than three years ago on an episode of her one-time Bravo series Don't Be Tardy, amid news that the reality star is in financial distress as her luxurious Atlanta home has gone into foreclosure.
Zolciak's all-around expensive tastes were well-documented on her series Don't Be Tardy - which ran from 2012 until its 2021 cancelation - as her home features a private hair salon, home elevator and Versace China, among other expensive amenities.
In the episode, which was broadcast in December of 2020, the Real Housewives of Atlanta alum, 44, her husband Kroy Biermann, 37, and their family embarked on a road trip with a stop in Las Vegas.
There, Zolciak where she said she gambled away enough money to purchase 'a whole RV.' (According to the RV retailer , 'an RV cost to buy ranges between $35,000 to $300,000 ...
depending on various factors like RV class, included features and other costs.')
The one-time Real Housewives of Atlanta personality and her family had arrived in Nevada in the episode, and the reality star wasted little time getting into the games.
Let it ride: Kim Zolciak's high-rolling gambling habit was chronicled less than three years ago on an episode of her one-time Bravo series Don't Be Tardy, amid news that the reality star, 44, is in financial distress as her luxurious home has gone into foreclosure
The Bravo beauty played at slot machines and tables for an 11-hour stretch, as she told producers that she had pushed her luck during the gambling marathon.
'I would have been up a whole RV, actually, had I just stopped while I was ahead, but I just can't help it - I kind of broke even,' Zolciak said in a confessional segment.
Zolciak said on the episode that she had established a reputation at multiple major casinos for her gaming track record as opposed to her reality TV fame: 'Planet Hollywood and Caesar's, let's be honest, they do know us.'
Zolciak said that casinos had provided a number of comps on amenities such as limousine rides and penthouse suites for her daughters to stay in - perks traditionally reserved for high volume gamblers.
Zolciak, who was seen feeding $100 bills into slot machines in the episode, said she probably wouldn't be in her room much during the trip as she would be busy gambling.
'I don't even need to eat here in Vegas,' Zolciak said in the episode.
'As long as I have my wine and my water, I don't need sleep, and refferal gacor I don't need food.'
Zolciak's daughters Brielle, 25, and Kaia, nine, both commented on their mother's penchant for games of chance, as Brielle said her mother 'is a high roller in Vegas, Alabama, North Carolina' exchanging hundreds of dollars 'for hours.'
On the show, when Kaia was asked about what casinos were, she said, 'My mom plays the casinos because she wants money.'
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