Blondes normally have extra enjoyable, except you’re Erika Jayne and need to downgrade from a ten,200-square-foot mansion to a 2,100-square-foot residence.
Amid the discharge of the salacious Hulu documentary, “The Housewife and the Hustler,” which particulars “The Actual Housewives of Beverly Hills” star’s authorized troubles, many followers have questioned about her present dwelling scenario after being pressured to go away her lux life-style behind.
Jayne, 49, divorced her husband of 20 years, Thomas Girardi, after he was accused of misappropriating a minimum of $2 million in consumer funds, and moved out shortly thereafter.
Final month, Girardi, 82, was pressured to place up the $13 million five-bedroom, nine-bathroom property on the market amid his Chapter 7 chapter case.
As soon as the mansion goes below contract, Girardi may have 20 days to maneuver out, in accordance with the chapter deal cited in court docket paperwork.
In the meantime, Jayne is already discovering herself alone and in a reasonably modest rental from what she’s used to — estimated in the present day to be value $2.2 million and rents for $7,500 per 30 days, in accordance with Zillow — about 5 miles outdoors of glitzy Beverly Hills.
The Put up has reached out to Jayne’s reps for remark.
The three-bedroom and three-bath house is a far cry from her previous Pasadena pad that featured an expansive grasp closet, twin dressing areas, a salon and a tub enveloped in silk partitions.
As an alternative, it’s a less complicated residence, with out a walk-in closet to deal with Jayne’s intensive wardrobe.
Options of the single-story Spanish colonial residence embrace a pool and spa, a grand lounge with hovering ceilings and a entrance interior courtyard with mature palm timber that opens to the dwelling and eating rooms.
In essentially the most latest flip of occasions, the identical day the documentary was launched, Jayne was dropped by her legal professionals within the chapter case.
“The connection of belief and confidence that’s important to a correctly functioning attorney-client relationship has damaged down and, within the good religion evaluation of counsel, the connection is irreparable,” Dinsmore & Shohl LLP famous in court docket paperwork obtained by Web page Six.
Law360 options reporter Brandon Lowrey defined within the documentary, “[Tom and Erika are] collectively in these chapter proceedings. Plenty of these money owed that they owe in chapter proceedings, [they] owe collectively, presumably. It’s going to be arduous for her to say she didn’t know that something was happening.”