The dispute between Olivia Wilde and her ex-nanny Ericka Genaro has taken an unexpected turn, while Kim Zolciak-Biermann, previously adamant about never divorcing, ends her decade-long marriage amidst a financial crisis.

Wilde, 39, has responded to the wrongful termination lawsuit filed by her former nanny, Genaro, with a shocking statement. Wilde alleges that Genaro did not suffer job loss at her hands but instead chose to resign after her request for a pay hike was turned down. Moreover, Wilde points out that despite an active non-disclosure agreement, Genaro spoke to the media post-termination.

"She exposed intimate aspects of Olivia and Jason’s high-profile breakup," an inside source shared with In Touch, indicating that the couple is perturbed by these revelations. Genaro asserts that Jason Sudeikis, Wilde's ex, discovered Wilde's alleged affair with Harry Styles through text messages on her smartwatch. Genaro has painted a detailed picture of Sudeikis' reaction, a claim that Wilde and Sudeikis firmly deny. "This whole saga has been an absolute nightmare, making an already precarious situation even more challenging," the insider added.

In a separate development, Kim Zolciak-Biermann, 44, has decided to end her 11-year marriage to former NFL player Kroy Biermann, 37. According to multiple close sources, the reason behind the split is financial hardship.

The reality TV star, once a part of the Real Housewives of Atlanta, and her ex-husband reportedly owe the IRS over $1 million. An insider close to the former couple disclosed, "They also have an outstanding debt of $15,000 to the state of Georgia for taxes owed from 2018." In February, their Georgia estate faced foreclosure and was subsequently auctioned due to their failure to repay a $1.65 million loan they secured for the property in 2016.

A close associate stated, "The monetary strain was the final straw that pushed Kim to file for divorce." Although devastated by the decision, Kim felt she was left with no alternative.