AceShowbiz - Erika Jayne was involved in an explosive fight with the other "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" co-stars in the Wednesday, September 7 episode of the Bravo reality TV show. The outing saw the fight erupting during the ladies' trip to Aspen.
During the fight, the "Pretty Mess" author could be seen calling her co-stars "dumb f**ks." The comments came after Crystal Kung Minkoff, Garcelle Beauvais and Kyle Richards encouraged her to show compassion for the victims allegedly stiffed out of settlement money by estranged husband Tom Girardi.
Maintaining her innocence, Erika said, "Why am I catching the sins of somebody that I divorced?" As Diana Jenkins and Lisa Rinna tried escorting her out of Kyle's Colorado ski cabin, Erika continued, "I'm not f**king caving into some s**t. Caving 'cause people think I should feel some way. Let it play out in the court of law!"
The "XXPEN$IVE" singer believed that it wasn't her place "take responsibility" for "s**t I didn't do." She added, "I pray to God your f**king s**t doesn't end up like mine."
Lisa tried to calm Erika down as she tried to get the latter in the car. Erika said that she would have stayed all night to "fight with these f**king b***hes," but she eventually vacated the premises. "F**k you all! What about the facts, dumb f**ks?" she shouted from the outside of Kyle's vacation home.
Back in December 2020, Tom and Erika were sued by Edelson PC for allegedly embezzling funds meant for the families affected by 2018's Lion Air Flight 610 plane crash. The TV star, who filed for divorce from the disgraced lawyer one month prior, was later dismissed from the embezzlement and fraud lawsuit by this January.
The legal trouble didn't end there as Tom's former colleagues, attorneys Philip R. Sheldon and Robert P. Finn, sued Erika in a separate fraud lawsuit, accusing her of "aiding and abetting" Tom in his alleged crime. They claimed that she knew her husband had been using their cut of settlement money to fund her lavish lifestyle. Erike came out victorious as she scored a win in the $5M lawsuit.