It's hard to recall an episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in which a typically unemotional Erika is not seen crying over her divorce from embattled ex-attorney, Tom Girardi.
But many people – including Camille – don't believe the waterworks are genuine.
On Wednesday's episode of the Bravo series, Erika tearfully discussed the legal scandal surrounding her headline-making split, slamming the rumors that her decision to file was just an attempt to embezzle money.
"This sucks so bad. The things that are being said are just wrong," she explained during the new hour. "People are believing [the allegations] and they're everywhere and it's terrible. I'm here, by myself, and what's being said, I mean, it's insane that my divorce is a sham. But nobody cares about the facts."
"I wish you were there to yell 'Shut it down!!' every time Erika started to cry," a fan replied, prompting Camille to snarkily tweet back, "We filmed in the Bahamas season 9 and we were all swimming in the water. I don't remember seeing EJ's mascara run after swimming underwater. Just saying."
Though some fans skewered Grammer for her assessment of Jayne, many more agreed.
"I knew it was cheap mascara used for affect. She made no attempt to wipe her face," one person tweeted in response. "If you're crying all the time like she said she was…wouldn't you carry a tissue? Please. I don't buy any of her act and never have."
Another added, "As much as I felt for her, it did cross my mind that she made no effort to wipe her face. ..see what happens when you gain a certain rep…sadly that's why she's being so doubted."
However, there were also those people who drew that inevitable comparison.
The memes questioning the legitimacy of Erika's distress over her complicated situation have been making their rounds on the internet for months.
Last November – on Election Day – Jayne, 50, shocked Bravo nation and beyond when she filed for divorce from Girardi, 82, after 21 years together.
Shortly thereafter, Tom began getting hit with lawsuit after lawsuit for fraud, embezzlement and contract breach.
The extent of Erika's potential knowledge of and involvement with the alleged crimes is not yet known.