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Erika Girardi Asked To Stop ‘Selling Her Clothes’ Online After Tom Girardi’s Assets Are Frozen! Plus Tom Is Being Sued By His Law Partner To Dissolve Business Venture Amid Divorce And Legal Drama!

Erika Girardi may be ordered to stop selling her clothes online via French company Vestiaire, after her estranged husband Tom Girardi’s assets were frozen amid their divorce drama.

According to the court documents obtained by Us Weekly, on Friday, December 18, Edelson PC has requested the judge order the Pretty Mess singer to stop selling her clothes through the online site amid her divorce from the 81-year-old lawyer. She most recently tweeted that her collection was 10 percent off for the holidays on Wednesday, December 16.

“Simply put: the Court froze all of Tom Girardi’s assets, and that means all community property is frozen too. Erika Girardi must stop selling her clothes,” the paperwork reads.

Edelson PC previously accused Erika and Tom of embezzling settlement money for families of the victims of Lion Air Flight 610, which killed all 189 occupants in a 2018 crash. The firm alleged that their divorce was a “sham,” claiming that the former couple “are on the verge of financial collapse and locked in a downward spiral of mounting debts and dwindling funds.” His assets were subsequently frozen by the judge earlier this month.

Meanwhile, Tom has been slapped with a new lawsuit. According to court documents obtained by Page Six, Girardi’s law firm partner, Robert Keese, is suing to dissolve their business venture known as 1126 Wilshire Partnership. Keese, joined by Robert Finnerty and Jill O’Callahan, alleges that Tom never paid them the approximately $315,000 in income from the partnership, claiming he took the money “for his own personal gain.”

The three plaintiffs also claim in the documents that Girardi took out loans against the property valued up to $7,460,000 million without their knowledge for Girardi’s “own personal gain, benefit and use” and not for the benefit of the partnership. As a result, the plaintiffs allege they’ve suffered a loss in equity of approximately $442,500 each.

Keese and the group want to dissolve the partnership and liquidate the assets, including 1126 Wilshire Blvd. They’re also looking to receive the money they were previously owed and want to be awarded punitive and compensatory damages.

As previously reported, the 81-year-lawyer is in the midst of a class-action lawsuit over missing funds in the Lion Air settlement. He’s also being sued by Wells Fargo Financial Services for allegedly breaching a written agreement and conversation with the bank.

The news comes one month after the Pretty Mess singer filed for divorce from Tom after 21 years of marriage. “After much consideration, I have decided to end my marriage to Tom Girardi,” Erika said in a statement. “This is not a step taken lightly or easily. I have great love and respect for Tom and for our years and the lives we built together. It is my absolute wish to proceed through this process with respect and with the privacy that both Tom and I deserved I request others give us that privacy as well.” 

Erika cited irreconcilable differences and is seeking spousal support from Tom. She also wants the court to determine their shared property and confirm that any gifts and inheritances are still hers. 

On November 25, Tom requested to terminate the court’s ability to award spousal support to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star. He also asked that she pay his attorney’s fees.

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