Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne didn’t have a lot to say after being caught by a paparazzi outside her local drug store.
Page Six caught Jayne leaving a CVS near her $1.5 million rental home near Hancock Park in Los Angeles.
The cameraman approached the reality star as she walked to the parking lot. Jayne, who is currently accused of helping her estranged husband Thomas Girardi embezzle money from his former clients, didn’t have a lot to say as she was grilled.
The paparazzi started with a softball question asking “Erika, how are you?” The Bravo star is having quite the week. Her husband Thomas Girardi was recently spotted checking out senior living homes in Burbank.
The once-respected lawyer currently lives in a $10 million mansion but is being kicked out as part of his bankruptcy. Jayne booked it as her husband’s financial situation turned sour.
Months ago, during the filming of the Bravo show, she told one of her costars Girardi had been calling her daily. She claimed to not be answering the calls. Jayne has made it appear she washed her hands clean of him the day she packed up and left.
The cameraman asked Jayne “So, Tom was spotted at an assisted living home, any comments on that?” The reality star, who was wearing a basic sweatsuit with a mask, refused to acknowledge the question and kept walking. Jayne stayed silent as she walked up the stairs of the garage.
The cameraman tried a couple more questions including, “Are you guys talking at all?” and “How is everything with you?” Jayne walked over to her black Range Rover and hurried into the car.
The wannabe pop star slammed the door before driving off. As Radar previously reported, earlier this year, Girardi was forced into Chapter 7 bankruptcy by his many creditors.
Many of his former clients believe Jayne helped her husband embezzle millions to keep their lavish lifestyle funded. The trustee presiding over the case sued Jayne for the return of $25 million he believes Girardi spent on her during their marriage.
Jayne’s entertainment company is accused of spending over $14 million on American Express purchases alone. In bankruptcy documents filed this week, the trustee presiding over the case revealed his law firm had assets totaling $4 million and liabilities in the amount of $101 million.