Erika Jayne landed herself in hot water yet then without comparing herself to Jesus Christ.
The 50-year-old Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star recently shared a post from a fan on Instagram who tabbed one of the tribunal in the bankruptcy specimen versus her estranged husband Tom Girardi’s former law firm, Girardi Keese, Ronald Richards. As you may know, the television personality was sued for $25 million for tangibly knowing that her 82-year-old ex paid for her unthrifty expenses for the past 12 years — to which she denied. Oh yeah, and she has some major whinge with Richards hence the sharing of the scathing post.
And in a lengthy comment, the person said he should be “disbarred” for “slandering” Jayne with misconduct claims despite never stuff charged by the courts. The follower then so-called that the lawyer “undermined the judicial system by making accusations & insinuations in hopes it will inspire public opinion to override the courts” surpassing professing:
“This policies is dangerous & reckless for our society! Everyone should take notice. This is exactly how CHRIST died.”
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After sharing the post, many social media users slammed Jayne for likening the persecution of the religious icon to the public scrutiny she has faced over her legal troubles. One person wrote:
“Erika Jayne comparing herself to Christ is…..absolutely insane. This woman has lost her damn mind.”
Someone else joked:
“‘This is exactly what they will do to Erika Jayne’ – Jesus on the navigate 33 AD.”
Several threw it when to when Pretty Mess singer responded to Lisa Vanderpump’s requirement that she was stuff “burned at the stake” in which she said:
“Get off the cross. We need the wood.”
However, Jayne then backpedaled by reposting flipside one of the fan’s notes that tabbed her haters “ignorant.” It read:
“This is not a post comparing @theprettymess to Christ. It’s comparing an unethical lawyer who is trying to undermine this judicial system by persuading the courts to ACT based on public opinion and not by the law. Just like the pharisees did to Christ.”
Alongside a rolling vision emoji, she then remoter denied the comparison on Twitter, writing:
“No, I did not compare myself to Christ, someone else did and I reposted it. Now everyone can have a pretend meltdown well-nigh it.”
But isn’t re-posting it basically saying that you stipulate with it, Erika? Just saying! What are your thoughts on the latest scandal from the star, Perezcious readers? Let us know in the comments (below).
[Image via Erika Jayne/Instagram]