Erika Jayne had ‘direct involvement’ in Tom’s loan, putting RHOBH Star’s assets in jeopardy
After Erika tried to stop the house to be listed as part of the bankruptcy proceedings against her and her now estranged husband, Thomas girardi, and claimed she is expected to receive a $ 600,000 reduction in potential proceeds, powerful evidence against her has surfaced as the Trustees prepare to put the property on the market.
“Breaking: In relation to an opposition to [Erika Jayne]Tom Girardi’s request to get part of the $ 600,000 exemption from Tom Girardi’s house, a lender provided damaging signatures showing his direct involvement in the loan by [Tom] and it will become powerful evidence against her in any future case if she tries to pretend that she didn’t know what was going on, ”lawyer Ronald richards revealed in a series of tweets shared on April 6.
Here are close-ups of documents believed to have been signed by Erika.
When a RHOBH fan then asked Ronald to explain what he was saying to those unfamiliar with the legal jargon he added“She can pretend she didn’t know Tom was broke or borrowing a lot of money, but that negates any defense of an innocent housewife.”
In other Twitter Post shared over the weekend, Ronald confirmed that Erika and Thomas’ former marital home would hit the market for just $ 13 million.
“It’s just in there. Erika and Tom’s residence is approved to enter the market for $ 13,000,000 with a 4% commission. This is much less than what was previously assessed, ”he said. “Before the lenders, we’re at $ 12.5 million net and that’s a generous price. Girardi will be expelled as soon as they get the price.
“The key to remember now is that the list is cleared, it should go into receivership quickly in this hot [southern California] real estate market ”, Ronald added.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 11 should be released later this spring or summer on Bravo.