LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Kim Zolciak is being sued by her parents. And now Phaedra Parks tells news that she doesn’t want to turn into a Kim Zolciak-like character for reality television either.
Zolciak has maintained that she voluntarily left RHOA to pursue the second season of her spinoff series. Nene Leakes, however, claims that Kim Zolciak was fired by RHOA producers. Leakes and Parks have been offered spinoff shows as well by Bravo over the years, as previously reported by LALATE. But when asked by news recently if she would do a spinoff show, Phaedra Parks said she would not. She said she would not want to turn her TV life into battles with relatives, a clear jab at Kim Zolciak’s current legal troubles.
Karen and Joe Zolciak say that Kim Zolciak is allegedly improperly keeping their grandchildren from them. Kim says her parents are allegedly seeking a book deal. In a news statement to Radar Online, Kim’s rep says her parents are allegedly using courts to humiliate their daughter. “I cannot comprehend for what rational purpose her parents have decided to humiliate their grandchildren’s mother in such a public display of hatred and fabrications.”
The rep further tells news “This alone should alert everyone that this Grandparent’s visitation lawsuit is for nothing more than publicity to drive up the price of her purported ‘tell all’ book about her daughter. Is there nothing more sacred than a parent and child bond, a mother and father’s love and a desire to protect their children? Apparently not for Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zolciak.”
Phaedra parks tell Perez Hilton that she doesn’t want her life to turn out the same way as Kim’s troubles. “I don’t want my mama suing me. I don’t want my parents disowning me because of a TV show.” She added “I don’t want to have to fight with my husband or my mama.”
Phaedra says that people don’t realize how intrusive filming already is. “First of all, everyone sees enough of our life already and it’s very invasive. You don’t have a lot of privacy just on being on the ‘Housewives’ in general. There always has to be some drama.”
Kim Zolciak, Phaedra Parks