Erika Jayne Accuses Ex-BFF Kyle Richards of Mocking Her!
CelebnReality247.com reports during part 3 of the RHOBH reunion, the 50-year-old TV personality, who’s been accused of helping her ex-husband Thomas Girardi allegedly steal money from his clients, called out her co-star for not being supportive.
Mainly pointing the finger at her ex-bestie Kyle Richards for mocking her relationship. Erika opened up about “keeping score” on which of her friends are being there for her through her legal troubles and which ones aren’t.
Kyle tried to defend herself saying:
Can I say something? Because I’ve been reading stories in the tabloids or whatever online that you were upset with me.
I just hope you know that we were in such a difficult position, and there was many things I know that you couldn’t say, but then I thought, there’s things that you could say to help us understand a little more, which was very complicated.
Erika wasn’t about to let Kyle put all the blame for the tension in their friendship on her, she fired back saying:
The thing that hurt me the most was to watch that dinner with you and Mauricio [Umansky] and you [Dorit Kemsley] and PK [Kemsley].
To watch the four of you mock my life and mock my family really hurt me.
If you recall, Erika split from ex Tom in November 2020, and they were hit with a number of lawsuits shortly afterward.
Despite claiming she was not aware of Tom’s wrongdoings, the Bravo star has found herself at the center of the legal drama.
Erika continues to claim her innocence in the matter stating she was completely unaware of what Tom was doing.
Janye claimed that she told her lawyers she “expects nothing” out of it all, and her lawyers “looked at [her] and said, ‘That is the most courageous thing I’ve ever heard.’”
She continued, as she took another sip of her champagne:
Every day brings a brand new disaster. It’s just full of f**king bulls**t.
But Kyle still feels that Erika is making herself out to be the victim when the real victims are the ones that her ex-Tom defrauded.
Kyle said in a confessional:
Nobody wants to see themselves with nothing, but, obviously, the victims here are the ones that need to be paid the money. It’s plain and simple.