BRIELLE Biermann, 23, claimed her baseball player ex, Michael Kopech, blocked her on social media.
The couple broke up in March 2018.
Brielle, who is the daughter of Real Housewives of Atlanta alum Kim Zolciack, told Us Weekly Micheal blocked her.
She went on of her relationships with her exes: “I want to keep in touch…Because I’m not a bitter ex.
“I actually am super happy for my exes and what’s going on in their lives, but it’s them.
“They block me and it’s, like, ‘You blocked me?’ And it’s, like, ‘Damn, did I hurt you that bad that you don’t want to see my stuff anymore? I want to be friends still.’”
A source told Us: “She [Brielle] was having a difficult time with the distance, both of them wanted to see more of each other but with his baseball schedule and her shooting schedule and everything going on with the show in Atlanta, they just couldn’t seem to make it work anymore.
“They both wish each other the best and ended things amicably.”
Michael is now married to Riverdale star, Vanessa Morgan.
In the meantime, the 23-year-old is promoting her new KAB cosmetics line and her mom‘s Salty K swimwear company.
Otherwise, she’s single and not meeting anyone new amid the coronavirus crisis.
She also shared with Us Weekly online dating is not for her.
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Brielle said: “I don’t know what I would be doing, but staying home and not meeting anybody is not the mood because I mean, I don’t even want to get on dating apps.
“I was on Bumble and they deleted my account, I guess because they thought it was a fake account. I went to go look on it the other day.
“And it was like, ‘Your account has been reported too many times for being fake.’ And it’s like, ‘OK, well, now I can’t even get on there.’ So I don’t know what I’m waiting on.”
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