Kim Zolciak Remains in Atlanta, Will Miss 'Dancing With the Stars' Following Mini Stroke

by Alex Ungerman 4:32 PM PDT, September 28, 2015
Playing Kim Zolciak Remains in Atlanta, Will Miss 'Dancing With the Stars' Following Mini Stroke

Kim Zolciak remains in Atlanta and will not appear on Monday's Dancing With the Stars following a mini stroke she suffered last week, ET has learned.

A source close to Kim tells ET that the reality star was not able to fly, while another source confirms her appearance on Monday's show has been cancelled. It is unclear whether the 37-year-old, whose health scare last Wednesday has kept her from the dance competition, will be able to continue on the program.

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Kim took to her Instagram to fire back at those claiming her mini stroke was a fabrication.

"Absolutely appalling!! @wendywilliams how disgusting for you to insinuate I "faked" my mini stroke on your show this morning!!" Kim wrote to The Wendy Williams Show on Instagram. "You mad cause I didn't come on your show! This clearly shows your warped mentality!!"

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At another site questioning her story, Kim tweeted, "R u f**kin serious? You're disgusting."

"I want to thank everyone for their love and support over the past few days," Zolciak told ET over the weekend through a statement from her rep. "I am now home with my family, resting and taking care of my health. I can't express enough how much I love dancing and this whole experience, and I hope this will not be the end of dancing."

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On Thursday, Kim posted that her dance partner, Tony Dovolani, had visited her in the hospital, writing, "So blessed to be surrounded by such great people. Want to go home so bad! Hopefully tomorrow!"

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Then on Friday, the Real Housewives of Atlanta shared anΒ update on her recovery, saying, "Going in for one more procedure, things are looking up! don't let the oxygen scare you its just protocol. I wanted THANK all of you for the love! I feel so overwhelmed with all the texts, comments etc. I'm so grateful to have all of you!"

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