Erika Jayne RHOBH salary revealed amid embezzlement scandal

Erika Jayne’s RHOBH salary revealed: Embattled star is making $600,000 for season 11 after saying she has ‘zero dollars’ following embezzlement scandal

  • Jayne, 50, recently claimed she had ‘zero dollars’ to her name 
  • The New York Times reports she is making $600k on this season of RHOBH
  • Ex Tom Girardi is accused of embezzling millions meant for plane crash victims 
  • She is named in suit having been loaned $25M in lavish expenses 
  • Bravo has also been subpoenaed for footage of Jayne amid her legal troubles

Erika Jayne is making $600,000 for season 11

Erika Jayne may have recently said she has ‘zero dollars’ to her name, but her full salary for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has now been revealed.

According to a report from The New York Times the 50-year-old reality star is making $600,000 for season 11 of the popular Bravo series. 

Jayne joined the show in 2015 and the Housewives are said to get pay rises for each season they are asked back. 

Her estranged husband Tom Girardi, 82, has been accused of embezzling millions of dollars meant for the 2018 Boeing plane crash victims, and as a result, both have had to give up their lavish lifestyles.

Jayne once famously employed $40K-a-month glam quad to keep her looking like a pop star, but that has all gone now that she’s been asked to pay back an alleged $25million loan from her ex Girardi. 

As well as saying she has ‘zero dollars’ to her name, Jayne, on a recent episode, branded broke life ‘f***ing bulls***t’ while guzzling champagne on a luxury vacation to a vineyard.

Meanwhile, UsWeekly reported Tuesday that TV network Bravo has been subpoenaed for footage of Jayne amid her legal troubles.

The network is said to have been asked to turn over unaired scenes from the reality show by October 26. 

Brutal: Tonight Erika Jayne is going to get grilled by Andy Cohen on RHOBH

Jayne’s estranged husband Tom was once worth an estimated $264million, and the pair have since moved out of their luxury Pasadena mansion following the scandal. 

She announced in November last year that she and powerhouse attorney Tom had split after 21 years of marriage. 

Tonight, fans are set to see Jayne get grilled by Andy Cohen in a four-part explosive reunion show for RHOBH. 

In it, fans have already heard Jayne talking about Girardi from the teaser, where she appears to say: ‘You know what, I can’t control what Tom Girardi did.’ 

‘We’re going to put you on a skewer – and I’m going to fire up the barbecue,’ Cohen tells Jayne unceremoniously, making it clear that he’s going to ask her tough questions about the alleged scam. 

‘Why didn’t you leave Tom sooner?’ Cohen asks – referencing Girardi’s woes, as he is accused of embezzling millions of dollars that were meant for plane crash victims. 

To that question, it appears Jayne simply fires back with: ‘Where was I going?’ 

While the clip is heavily edited down into a short teaser – it is clear that Cohen gets into Jayne’s financial issues as he tells her ‘I know what you make on this show.’ 

Cohen also appeared to fact-check her financial claims in the snippet. 

The subject of money appears to get Jayne riled up as she responds, ‘hold on!’ when Cohen brings up her RHOBH salary.

Cohen then says: ‘He’s having multiple affairs, yet as we know, he put $20million and more into your account.’

At that point, Jayne is seen shaking her head as she tries to interject with a denial, saying: ‘No.’ 

It’ll end in tears: Erika is seen sobbing towards the end of the reunion show 

Claiming innocence: Erika has repeatedly claimed on this season of the hit Bravo show that she was ‘kept away from the books’ and said that their whole life existed on credit cards

This refers to claims by Jayne that Girardi was being unfaithful to her during their 21-year-marriage, which she has hinted is the reason for their split – rather than the embezzlement drama. 

Things really get tense when Cohen asks the group: ‘Who believes that Erika did not know anything about what Tom was doing?’

An incensed Jayne then rages: ‘Can someone please back me the f*** up on what I am saying?’ 

However, Cohen goes further: ‘You were manipulating the narrative by saying the cognitive decline started three years ago…,’ but she cuts him off stating: ‘That’s not true… Again, here you are looking at me rolling your eyes.’ 

Cohen then pointedly says: ‘It lands differently when there are air crash victims.’ 

Another day at the office for Andy: Cohen is used to being the ringleader for the explosive reunion episodes and appears to be on his toughest form yet 

And another thing: Erika goes to town getting her point across, but gets angry and emotional when she realises not all of the housewives are on her side 

Yikes: Meanwhile, UsWeekly reported Tuesday that TV network Bravo has been subpoenaed for footage of Jayne amid her legal troubles  

But the clip all boils down to Cohen asking Jayne: ‘Have you asked him if he did it?’

This is where Jayne appears to stumble over her words as she says… ‘I asked him why, am I, why…’ and then pauses as she looks up to the ceiling avoiding any direct eye contact.

The other housewives looked shocked as she struggles to give an immediate answer – and Jayne begins to sob as tears roll down her face.

But at this stage it is not entirely clear when answers she gave in full as the clip has been edited by Bravo to save the full reveal for the upcoming reunion. 

However, in another shocking moment to the clip, Jayne also unleashes a foul-mouthed attack on Sutton Stracke as she tells her, ‘You were being a bitchy f*****g c***t.’

In August this year, Girardi was federally disbarred as an attorney, according to documents filed under the Central District of California. 

Girardi — who has been placed under a conservatorship on account of a Dementia diagnosis — reportedly ‘did not contest the decision.’

While Jayne has claimed to have no involvement in the embezzlement scandal and ‘kept away from the books’ she has been implicated over an alleged $25million she was paid by Giardi’s law firm. 

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