Long gone are the days of staff and a mega-mansion for Erika Jayne.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was spotted doing manual labor on Tuesday.
The newly-turned 50-year-old Bravo personality struggled as she attempted to carry bags of groceries into her modest $2 million rental home after moving out of her $13 million mansion amid embezzlement allegations.
Lifting doesn't look like it comes natural to Erika, who was photographed with her hands full of plastic bags and a gallon of milk.
The usually glamorous singer looked the opposite of expensive during her shopping trip.
Wearing a pale pink zip-up and sweats, Erika tied her blonde hair up in a ponytail and went makeup-free for the outing.
Despite carrying her groceries alone, the RHOBH star was seen with her assistant at a Trader Joe's in Los Angeles.
Erika's laid-back look isn't the first time she's stepped out in scrubby attire.
She was criticized when she was seen at a gas station, pumping her own gas in sweats.
Erika responded to one fan, who stood up for her chill gas station ensemble.
"Y’all don’t know s–t about erika cause this has always been her when she’s just hanging with her friends. but go off i guess," someone wrote, to which Erika replied, “Exactly.”
The RHOBH carrying her own groceries is an addition to her new lifestyle amid the earth-shattering embezzlement scandal.
Erika filed for divorce from Thomas Girardi in November.
Girardi -- who was once a high-profile attorney in Las Angeles -- is being accused of stealing millions from clients, including the families of Lion Air crash victims.
They believe Girardi used the money to help fund Erika’s lavish lifestyle and singing career.
As Radar reported, the housewife has agreed to cooperate in the embezzlement investigation involving Girardi. For her part, she will testify and turn over financial records.
In a sneak peek of this week's RHOBH episode, Erika breaks down crying while claiming Girardi was experiencing serious hearing and vision loss before they decided to end their marriage.
As for Thomas, he's been placed under a conservatorship and in the care of his brother Robert after being diagnosed with dementia and late-onset Alzheimer's disease by a doctor.