Erika Jayne and Thomas Girardi
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The drama proceeds. Erika Jayne is getting sued in but a further lawsuit amid her ongoing authorized woes with estranged partner Tom Girardi.

Files filed on Thursday, February 17, and attained by Us Weekly, assert that Erika, 50, “knew about the scheme” allegedly done by Girardi, 82, to withhold money from purchasers. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star is getting sued for aiding and abetting breach of fiduciary responsibility and for monetary elder abuse.

Legal professional Manuel H. Miller and Kathleen Bajgrowicz claim in their grievance that the Broadway performer “aided and abetted Girardi’s breach of fiduciary obligation and has direct liability for taking part in and facilitating the carry out.” The “victims” of the former lawyer’s meant wrongdoings “were funding [Erika’s] notoriously lavish life-style chronicled on The True Housewives of Beverly Hills,” the docs allege.

Miller and Bajgrowicz, the mother of the late NFL star Chuck Osborne, are suing for $277,630.40 and $1,889,150.50, respectively.

Osborne died in 2012 soon after repeated head trauma, and Bajgrowicz was jointly represented by Girardi and Miller when she sued the NFL more than her son’s dying. The lawyers agreed to share their charges. When a settlement was achieved with the league, Girardi was allegedly tasked with distributing the revenue to Bajgrowicz and Miller.

“Unknown to Plaintiffs, Girardi experienced previously taken their revenue and breached his and the firm’s fiduciary duty to distribute the resources to Plaintiffs,” the pair declare in their lawsuit, accusing the Colorado indigenous of “lull[ing] Plaintiffs into believing that the money could not be distributed to any individual right until many concerns have been first resolved.”

Bajgrowicz and Miller allege that Erika was “intimately involved” with her then-husband’s enterprise and “should be required to compensate Plaintiffs for the harm” that was supposedly inflicted.

The Bravo persona was married to Girardi for much more than 20 years ahead of filing for divorce in November 2020. Amid their split, the twosome were being slammed with numerous lawsuits accusing them of embezzling funds and defrauding clients. Erika’s ups and downs ended up documented on period 11 of RHOBH as she ongoing to manage her innocence.

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Erika Jayne
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“This has been the darkest aspect of my daily life,” she said of her authorized woes throughout an appearance on E!’s Everyday Pop previously this month. “Just the most determined, most scared I have at any time been in my lifetime. Most doubtful, most unstable.”

The Fairly Mess writer ongoing: “I’ve been offended, I have been sad, I’ve been pleased, I’ve been everything. And it’s actually challenged me to my core.”

Erika claimed that she’s unfairly held the brunt of the backlash, adding, “You know, when they cannot get to that guy, then they change to his husband or wife. … I assume that I have taken a ton of the focus that should really be for other men and women.”

Very last thirty day period, the Dancing With the Stars alum scored a small victory when the complaints versus her in Illinois have been “dismissed with no prejudice and with no lead to.” Even though there’s nevertheless a prolonged way to go, Erika is “in a better spot,” in accordance to costar Dorit Kemsley.

“She went by means of a ton and I think she’s coming out the other side and she’s emotion better and emotion much better,” she told Us completely in January. “I consider it’s nevertheless, you know, a fight and it’s not around, but I imagine that she is performing greater and far better.”

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