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Erika Jayne Reportedly Unhappy With How Her Scenes Are Being Edited On Current Season Of ‘RHOBH’

According to a new report, Erika Girardi is not happy with how she is being portrayed in the current season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills amid Tom Girardi and ongoing legal drama.

"Erika is not happy with the editing on Real Housewives as she thinks it is exacerbating the public's criticism of her spending," the insider told The Sun. "She's flaunted her wealth on the show for years, along with Tom, and now it's coming back to bite her amid the embezzlement scandal."

"She's a tough cookie but she's still struggling emotionally at the moment and hasn't been leaving her house much. Despite her defensive posts on social media, she is worried about the case, how her appearance on the show will affect her, and her future."

"She loves Real Housewives and it's pretty much all she has left right now as her career hangs in the balance, but she's facing a huge backlash," the source continued. "Erika is concerned that anything she says or does on camera will be used against her in the lawsuits."

The source added, "Her lawyers are fighting hard to keep details of her finances under wraps, but those who believe her career was funded on the back of trauma want to see it all."

Erika and Tom made headlines in November 2020 when the Bravo reality star filed for divorce after 20 years of marriage. The following month, the estranged couple was sued for fraud and embezzlement. 

In addition to accusing them of swindling $2 million in settlement funds intended for families of victims of a 2018 plane crash, class action firm Edelson PC claimed in federal court documents that the divorce was “simply a sham attempt to fraudulently protect Tom’s and Erika’s money from those that seek to collect on debts owed by Tom and his law firm.”

Tom faced a second lawsuit later that month, alleging that his company breached a written agreement and conversation with Wells Fargo Vendor Financial Services. The bank sought immediate payment on the $882,715 outstanding bill.

The 82-yar-old was placed under a temporary conservatorship in February when his brother assumed control of his daily activities and personal care. One of Tom’s attorneys claimed in court in December 2020 that he was hospitalized for a “serious illness,” raising questions about his mental competency. Court documents revealed in March that Tom was diagnosed with late-onset Alzheimer’s and dementia.


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