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Kim Zolciak woke to find that her garage had caught on fire after an ATV which was parked there burst into flames on Wednesday morning.
The Roswell Fire Department in Georgia received a phone call about the fire at 9:35 a.m. and dispatched a truck to the scene and no one was harmed, according to TMZ.
"Shout out to Roswell Fire Dept for their quick response this morning!" Zolciak tweeted after the incident.
The reality TV star moved into her Roswell, Ga. mansion, which she calls her "dream" home, last year, and it is often featured on the hit Bravo TV shows "Real Housewives of Atlanta" and "Don't Be Tardy For The Wedding."
The 17,000-square foot luxury home, reportedly worth $3.25 million, was a recent topic of discussion during the "Real Housewives" reunion special.
Zolciak's co-star, Nene Leakes, accused the 33-year-old and her husband Kroy Biermann of pretending to own their lavish home when they are allegedly renting.
"When you rented your house, you got there on camera saying to Sheree, 'You know I don't live behind people and I moved into my dream home.' Honey, when you move into your dream home honey you buy it," Nene shot at Zolciak.
The pregnant mother of three admitted that they had initially rented the home during the NFL lockout period because Biermann's position with the Atlanta Falcons was uncertain, but claimed that they were in the process of purchasing it.
"B---- I do, but guess what, we're closing next month. We bought the house. You know why we rented? Because Kroy [Biermann, her NFL player husband] is a free agent," Zolciak hit back.
Despite rumors that Zolciak was not returning for the next season of the Real Housewives show, she confirmed that she is coming back.
"I will be returning to RHOA sooo don't believe the BS!!" Zolciak tweeted, adding that critics had crafted the rumors "cuz they're bored and got nothing else to talk about!"