Erika Jayne wears fingerless Chanel gloves while taking out the trash and walking her dog Tiago in Los Angeles
Erika Jayne was spotted wearing white sweatpants and fingerless Chanel gloves while taking out the trash and walking her dog Tiago in Los Angeles.
As she stepped out for some fresh air with her Dutch shepherd, Tiago, the 50-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star toted a large black tote bag and sneakers.
She kept her icy blonde tresses in loose waves and sported a ‘no makeup makeup look,’ which included a light pink lipstick and dewy foundation.
Casual: Erika Jayne was spotted wearing white sweatsuit and fingerless Chanel gloves while taking out the trash and walking her dog Tiago in LA
The mother-of-one kept a pair of black sunglasses perched on top of her head as she tided up her home and prepared to run a few errands.
Jayne has recently acknowledged that ‘life is good’ amid looming divorce from Tom Girardi and a multi-million dollar embezzlement scandal.
While speaking to her former co-star Teddi Mellencamp at the opening Kyle Richards’ Palm Desert store front last month, she said that ‘everything is turning a positive direction’ now that season 11 finished filming.
Doting dog mom: As she stepped out for some fresh air with her Dutch shepherd pup, Tiago, the 50-year-old reality star toted a black handbag
As she focuses on herself without cameras filming her every move, the reality star said she’d been ‘on a much lighter path.’
Jayne also admitted she’s making herself available to her friend, Dorit Kemsley, after a terrifying break-in at her Encino mansion where robbers held her at gunpoint while her children slept in their rooms.
‘I’m shocked at her strength and how she’s continued to show up,’ she said. ‘We know each other really well as a friend group, and to see one of us really just go through that kind of trauma really is heartbreaking.’
Taking out the trash: She kept her icy blonde tresses in loose waves and sported a ‘no makeup makeup look,’ which included a light pink lipstick and dewy foundation
Sources close to Erika told TMZ last month that she insisted she had ‘zero clue’ what the 82-year-old Girardi was doing with his or her money and that all money she had earned went straight to him or his law firm, Girardi & Keese.
The insider added that Erika had faith that her now estranged husband would manage the assets appropriately while making sure all financial dealings were handled properly and that she actually never monitored the situation.
TMZ’s source went on to claim that all of her independent income including Housewives salary, paid appearances, sponsorship deals, etc. had went to her company EJ Global but Erika alleges that Tom had managed all money.
Looking towards the positive: ‘This is a new chapter of my life and I’m grateful to be moving in a glamorous, wonderful new direction,’ Jayne said of her line of luxury hair extensions called Pretty Mess Hair; pictured September 2021
In September, Jayne was ‘ordered to turn over financial records’ from her accountant, lawyer and landlord in embezzlement lawsuit with Girardi.
The order comes as a bankruptcy trustee continues to investigate Girardi’s assets, amid claims that both Girardi and Jayne allegedly embezzled settlement funds that were meant to help the families of plane crash victims on Lion Air Flight 610.
However, according to legal documents obtained by People magazine, Jayne’s lawyers were already maintaining that the reality star ‘has been and remains willing to cooperate fully with the Trustee’s investigation in this bankruptcy of debtor Girardi & Keese.’
While Erika maintained that she was ‘kept away from the books,’ the trustee in a new lawsuit is mandating that even if that were to be the case ‘it would be a miscarriage of justice if [she] was allowed to simply walk completely free of owing over $25,000,000 to the Estate.’
In his hands: Sources close to the reality star told TMZ that she insists she had ‘zero clue’ what the 82-year-old Girardi was doing with his or her money and that all money she had earned went straight to him or his law firm, Girardi & Keese