Brielle Biermann Loses Tens Of Thousands Of Dollars After Someone Breaks Into Her Car

Brielle biermann car broken into thousands stolen

Mar. 14 2018, Published 8:03 p.m. ET

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Brielle Biermann, daughter of Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kim Zolciak Biermann, had her car broken into! And she had a harsh message for whoever did it. She shared on Twitter that she's lost tens of thousands of dollars already. Her mom has come to her rescue, too, with a few expletive-filled tweets of her own. Click through for details of their ordeal.

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"To the dumb f*ck who stole my purse and spent $10,000 at Bloomingdales- Go F*CK your self :-)," Brielle tweeted on Wednesday afternoon after her car was broken into.

"WOW," she continued. "They also spent $10,000 on my NEIMAN MARCUS CARD!!!!! WOWOWWOWOOWWOW whoever you are F*CK you."

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But apparently Brielle's mom has receipts! "Hey you loser we got your ass on camera stealing our shit!" Kim wrote, along with a camera emoji. "You are a dumb f*ck!!

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The support of her mom seemed to help Brielle relax. It looked like she moved on quickly from the whole ordeal. She later tweeted "Wow! I just got the BEST news ever :-) I’m so excited to share with you guys soon!!!"

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Source: Instagram/BrielleBiermann

It sounds like only her credit cards were taken, but we wonder if her new gun was stolen too!

Kim Zolciak and Brielle Biermann are seen leaving Khloe Kardashian’s baby shower

What do you think about Brielle's nightmare ordeal? Let us know in the comments! 


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