Kim Zolciak and Brielle Biermann Claim German Airport Employees Stole Their Belongings

Keeping Up With the Biermanns The vacation was both work and fun as a film crew followed the Don't Be Tardy family around for their adventure

Keeping Up With the Biermanns The vacation was both work and fun as a film crew followed the Don't Be Tardy family around for their adventure

Zolciak posted a photo of herself with husband Kroy Biermann from the trip last week, and later followed up with a grateful message. The mother-daughter duo took to Twitter to air their grievances early Monday morning on their way home to Atlanta, Georgia, from a recent trip to Venice, Italy.

Their target? Employees at Frankfurt Airport in Germany, claiming these individuals went ahead and actually stole some of their belongings.

The reality stars were on their way back from a European vacation when the alleged craziness went down.

"Crazy a** airport n Germany!" "So extra Told me its my government that's why they r searching all my stuff! Throwing my wigs around & s-t", she began.

But still, even at times of heightened global tensions worldwide, we still doubt Kim and Brielle were singled out for their nationality.

The "Don't Be Tardy" star claims she, family members and friends had several possessions robbed from them inside the Frankfurt Airport, and even witnessed members of the staff harassing people around them. "SO F-king RUDE". "I hate this place".

Zolciak explained that while the airport security thoroughly searched her belongings, they failed to recognize that her younger daughter Ariana was carrying a "huge water bottle".

Between co-stars. Between allied countries. Twenty year old Brielle tweeted about her stopover in Germany.

They were already feeling a bit battered by the sleep deprivation of travel, according to a tweet from Brielle about being up for 24 hours straight, when they encountered what they reported as some major drama in the Frankfurt aport. The airport replied to Brielle, "Dear Brielle, sorry to hear".

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