It is believed that Erika Jayne’s company spent $35 million from Tom Girardi’s company.
From her ex-law husband’s practice, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne has spent an insane amount of money.
Becoming Erika Jayne is, after all, a costly endeavor.
“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” actress Girardi-firm Keese’s spent more than $35 million on her American Express bill, aides and glam squad, according to the trustee’s lawyers in a formal demand letter delivered to her attorney on Thursday.
Only Page Six was privy to the letter, which claimed that money was transferred from Tom Girardi’s law business to Jayne’s company, EJ Global LLC.
Ms. Girardi personally approved the charges allotted to the breakdown, according to a document she swore under oath. It was reported by a source that the letter would be filed as part of an amended complaint in the bankruptcy proceedings.
Although Erika was never paid, Jayne’s counsel insisted that she was never involved in the management of her husband’s company.
A total of $19,969,063.05 was charged to an American Express card from 2008 until 2020, according to the trustee’s lawyers.
McDonald Selznick Associates Agency – which describes itself as “the only agency committed to exclusively represent dancers and choreographers” – also spent $2,146,577.865 on her company’s behalf.
It’s also said that Jayne’s firm paid out $143,681.85 to Stephanie Shepherd, previously Kim Kardashian’s executive assistant, and $24,388 to Opus Beauty, a company that promotes “the best and most important artists in the business.”
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A total of $11,875 went to E5 Global Media, which produces Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter, while $14,564 went to the Los Angeles Times magazine.
Through her company, Jayne, 50, also appears to have paid huge sums of money to several public relations firms.
a lawyer for Girardi Keeses trustee has told Page Six in a statement that Jayne owes the company $39.2 million plus interest.
According to Richards’ statement, it doesn’t matter if she knew her husband had inappropriately siphoned monies from clients. A official demand for payment was delivered. That’s what’s important.” Hope she follows through on her comments from last night that “victims come first”!”
“Erika never has and does not have personal culpability for any debts or liabilities of EJ Global LLC, period,” Jayne’s lawyer told Page Six in a separate statement.
“None of these payments and no money whatsoever went to Erika,” her lawyer said of the trustee’s assertions.
In a statement, Jayne’s lawyer said, “On behalf of Erika, we will seek all proper remedies against all responsible parties for statements such as these.”
She’s entitled to “go on with her life without this sort of abuse”, according to her lawyer. The RHOBH actress filed for divorce from 82-year-old Girardi in November 2020.
He was thrown into bankruptcy last year after Girardi Keese was sued by a Lion Air 610 class-action company for allegedly “embezzling” money after his divorce from the reality star.
But in July, a judge said Jayne might be forced to compensate the victims out of her own pocket because she accepted money from the corporation in the first place.
Formerly accused of refusing to turn up her financial records in the case, the How Many F**ks singer adamantly stated in court documents that she “has been and remains prepared to assist fully”