On the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Erika Jayne confessed she hit her head after blacking out during Dianna Jenkins' Christmas party. According to Rinna, Jayne was "sh--faced" at the event, and Erika "blacked out" at home, the singer admitted to the hit Bravo show. As she pointed out, Jayne was referring to her estranged husband of 21 years, lawyer Tom Girardi, 83, who she divorced in November 2020 after 21 years of marriage.
The holiday party saw her erratic behavior at its peak when she stumbled out of Jenkins' house after a failed duet with her fiance, Asher. The song he performed for the soiree appeared to be over-served as she screamed "hit the high note!". She also admitted to taking Lexapro and Wellbutrin, and was "on other things."
The antidepressants make the drink five times stronger, maybe more." Rinna said. A little out of control." The truth is, she might have hurt herself. Such a thing can't happen." She explained that you've experienced a traumatic event. As a result of your marriage to him, you have had to deal with him as a person that was not what you expected. You think you are in pain and you came here to seek help." Rinna shared her experience of losing her sister to a drug overdose at the age of six: "I've seen it," she said.
Erika may want to self-medicate or numb herself or have a good time or whatever. I get it." Jayne was told to stop because she couldn't do it anymore. She agreed, "I pushed too far. I did the wrong thing. It's hard, to be honest with friends, but thanks for telling me to stop this junk." On Friday night, Jayne had papers for a $50 million racketeering lawsuit served upon her upon landing at LAX.
As a result of Edelson PC's suit, Jayne was accused of racketeering, conspiracy to commit racketeering, unlawful business practices, and deceit. Tom and Erika misappropriated client settlements to project an image of wealth, the lawsuit claims. Additionally, her EJ Global company is claimed to have been created to funnel Girardi Keese's money to Erika. The duo is also accused of embezzling funds meant for victims' families in a federal lawsuit. As a result of his business partner's lawsuit, Girardi filed chapter 7.