According to TMZ, Zolciak accuses Burruss of “viciously attacking” her and alleging claims that Burruss knows are false involving how the “Tardy” profits were split up. According to Zolciak, Burruss was “overpaid” by $6,000.
Zolciak also apparently insists Burruss only brought the lawsuit as a publicity stunt to help promote her new Bravo show “The Kandi Factory.”
Which is interesting, because Season 2 of Zolciak’s own spinoff “Don’t Be Tardy…” premieres tomorrow night. Fortunate timing, isn’t it?
At any rate, Burruss and Zolciak didn’t delve into the lawsuit on last night’s “Real Housewives of Atlanta” reunion part 2, even though Burruss filed it — with the help of attorney and fellow “Real Housewife” Phaedra Parks — the week of the taping.
Burruss told Andy Cohen during an interview on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” that she’s not seeking more money from Zolciak, she simply doesn’t want Zolciak to profit off the song any more than she already has.