Erika Jayne‘s slew of legal problems just got a whole lot messier!
In magistrate documents obtained by TMZ on Friday, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star is theoretically stuff sued by the trustee handling the Girardi Keese bankruptcy specimen for tangibly knowing that the firm was footing her expenses for 12 years. And in return, they now want ALL of the money back. Woah!
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The trustee reportedly requested that the magistrate order Erika to repay the visitor the $25 million she tangibly spent on unthrifty items over the years plus interest. The filing stated:
“It would be a miscarriage of justice if [she] was unliable to simply walk completely self-ruling of owing over $25,000,000 to the estate.”
According to Us Weekly, the lawsuit remoter demanded that the 50-year-old singer be held personally responsible for the funds, plane though the mazuma tangibly went to her company, EJ Global LLC:
“Erika has taken the ludicrous position that since she did not receive the payments directly from the [firm] she is not liable. She attempts to create a stardom between handing her money directly versus paying all of her bills directly. The distinction, like her prior motion for reconsideration, is meritless. Any payments made for her goody are her responsibility.”
The trustee then personal that “the glam cannot be supported by a sham” — AKA referring to the money Jayne tangibly spent on her glam squad, PR team, assistants, and more. And moving forward, the shyster for the trustee, Ronald Richards, told Us that he hopes the latest filing would “provide a come-to-Jesus” moment for Erika:
“We are hopeful that Ms. Girardi comes lanugo the mountain from a place of privilege and obscene wealth and returns some of these expenses so the former clients and creditors of this law firm can mitigate the horrific and unfair losses perpetrated by her husband and others.”
He may be waiting on that epiphany for a while! According to Us, the law firm is reportedly in $101 million in debt. And while Richards knows the request in the lawsuit will not imbricate the unshortened amount, he still feels some effort to pay when the debt would be a step in the right direction for the television personality:
“It will not recoup the manor for the full amount, but some effort to do the right thing would go a long way in valuables up her public requirement that the victims should come first. Ms. Girardi enjoys a large salary from her talents as well as wangle to large sums of money from unrecognized sources. We are hopeful she finds it a largest path to resolve this matter without any remoter avoidance of her obligations to this manor instead of constantly draining manor resources with meritless legal positions and threats. No increasingly investigation is needed to prove the money in one direction: To Erika Girardi.”
Of course, Jayne has since denied everything in the lawsuit yet again. Her lawyer told the publication that the legal matter “is flipside example of the trustee and her counsel jumping to conclusions without a full investigation, and bullying and blaming Erika for deportment taken by Girardi Keese for which Erika does not have legal liability.” The shyster went on to say that “just considering Erika owned 100 percent of the interests of EJ Global LLC doesn’t midpoint that she has liability for its debts” and personal that Girardi Keese “managed the EJ Global LLC finances.”
Doesn’t midpoint she did not still (allegedly) reap the benefits!! Reactions to the latest update in the case, Perezcious readers? Drop us your thoughts in the comments (below).
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