It's still expensive to be Erika Jayne even when her whole world is coming crashing down due to a divorce and embezzlement allegations.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star -- who filed for divorce from Thomas Girardi last year -- was spotted boarding a private jet ahead of the weekend, proving that she hasn't given up her lavish lifestyle despite major money woes.
Erika looked glam and totally in her element as she walked the runway towards the private plane with her entourage.
Wearing tight white jeans, a pink shirt, and a bubblegum-colored bomber jacket, the blonde bombshell held her head high and was clearly not shy about her choice of transportation.
As Radar reported, Erika's 82-year-old estranged husband is accused of embezzling millions from his clients and using that money to fund the RHOBH star's pricey lifestyle.
But all the accusations didn't seem to bother the blonde bombshell, who was all smiles as she greeted the pilot and headed on board the private jet.
It's a far cry from when she was seen pumping her own gas in baggy clothes and no makeup.
Erika admitted on the Bravo show that she and Girardi owed a total of two planes, something that proved controversial following the explosive allegations.
Taking a private jet is a bold move by Erika, considering on the latest episode of RHOBH, she acted like she would get nothing out of her divorce.
"Based on Tom's two previous divorces he's a fighting mother f--ker 'til the end. If I got a Bentley out of this divorce, I'd be thrilled," she said during her confessional.
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.
She wasn't always so eager to help. Before agreeing to cooperate, a lawyer named Ronald Richards -- who was hired by the trustee to investigate Erika -- claimed she refused to cough up her financials and wouldn't answer questions about Girardi.
Girardi -- who was once a well-respected lawyer -- ended up being forced into Chapter 7 bankruptcy.