Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne continues to live an extravagant life as she was spotted leaving a private session with a personal trainer.
Paparazzi caught the 50-year-old wannabe pop star leaving her $1.5 million rental pad near Hancock Park and heading over to an exclusive Beverly Hills gym.
The Bravo star, who looked like she had spent hours at the salon, rocked an oversized blue hoodie, black leggings, and matching sneakers. Jayne deciding to drop money on a trainer or a salon visit is interesting given her mounting financial woes.
The Pretty Mess singer was hit with a $25 million lawsuit as part of her husband Thomas Girardi's bankruptcy. The trustee presiding over the involuntary Chapter 7 is investigating potentially fraudulent transfers made by Girardi for the benefit of Jayne.
As part of the case, the trustee sued Jayne demanding she return $25 million. He says Girardi's law firm used company money to pay the bills for Jayne's company EJ Global over the years. The financial records reveal she racked up $14 million on her American Express alone.
The problem is Girardi is being sued over claims he embezzled money from his clients. In court, the once-respected lawyer is also accused of running his law firm like a Ponzi scheme.
In one federal lawsuit, Jayne and Girardi are both named defendants in the case. The suit says the now-disbarred attorney represented a bunch of orphans and widows who lost their loved ones in a plane crash. He was able to score a multi-million settlement from the airline company for the victims' families.
However, they claim he failed to pay them out $2 million from the settlement. They believe he diverted the funds to help fund his extravagant lifestyle with Jayne. The RHOBH star denies having any knowledge of her husband's alleged embezzlement and refuses to return a dime to the court.
As Girardi's financial and legal problems started mounting, Jayne filed for divorce from her husband after 21 years of marriage. She rushed to court demanding spousal support. The case was put on hold until Girardi's bankruptcy is handled.
Earlier this month, it was revealed Girardi recently moved into a senior living home in Pasadena due to him dealing with dementia and the trustee listing his $10 million mansion.