Erika Jayne appeared to be in a good mood when she returned from a shopping weekend in sunny Los Angeles earlier Saturday.
The TV personality, 51, was spotted on the outing just days after her estranged husband, Tom Girardi, 83, faced a crackdown on embezzlement within his LA law firm when the CFO, Christopher Kamon, was arrested earlier last week. arrested.
The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star and Tom had previously been involved in previous lawsuits of their own, including a 2020 fraud case in which the couple was accused of embezzling money from families.
Saturday getaway: Erika Jayne, 51, opted for comfort when she returned from a shopping trip in Los Angeles earlier Saturday
The reality star kept her looking simple and casual as she got out of the driver’s seat of her parked vehicle.
Erika was seen with a Chick-Fila-A box in her hand cradling a refreshing drink in the crook of her arm for a quick, delicious lunch.
Opting for comfort, the singer donned a crew-neck Hommebody sweater, which costs $140, according to the brand’s official website.
The Real Housewives personality slipped into the brand’s black printed sweatpants, which can be had for $125.
Shopping day: The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star was seen juggling a few heavy bags in her hand after a shopping trip on Saturday
Tasty lunch: The TV personality was pictured getting out of her car holding the lunch from popular fast food chain Chick-Fil-A in her hand
To stay comfortable during her errand, Erika added a pair of lace-up shoes with a stylish camouflage pattern. Her blonde locks were thrown into a messy ponytail that was secured with a large, black scrunchie on top of her head.
Instead of opting for jewelry, the TV personality simply threw on black sunglasses to complete her overall ensemble for the day.
She appeared to be in good spirits despite her estranged husband’s CFO, Tom Girardi, being arrested last week as part of the ongoing investigation into Girardi’s company.
Erika and Tom had officially tied the knot in 2000, but the singer filed for divorce from her husband in November 2020 on the basis of ‘irreconcilable differences’.
Later that same year, the two were involved in a fraud case alleging the couple embezzled funds intended for families of victims of the Lion Air plane crash that happened in 2018, according to the report. We weekly.
Embezzlement: Earlier last week, the CFO of Tom’s law firm was arrested for allegedly embezzling $10 million from the company; Erika and Tom seen in LA in 2016
Past lawsuits: Both Tom and Erika were sued in December 2020 over claims that the two embezzled funds intended for families of the victims of the Lion Air plane crash in 2018
Christopher Kamon allegedly embezzled $10 million from the company to pay prostitutes and its extensive real estate portfolio, which includes homes in the Caribbean and Los Angeles, prosecutors allege in new court documents.
Girardi has been charged in civil court over allegations that he has stolen money from customers and made settlements from widows and orphans to fund his lavish lifestyle.
The case took place in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, starring his now estranged wife Erika Jayne.
She has been named as a defendant in a number of lawsuits against her elderly ex-husband, but has been acquitted in at least two cases and continues to challenge her innocence.
After the news of Kamon’s arrest came out this week, she shared a screenshot of an article on Instagram as well as “this is getting crazier and crazier.”
Own comment: After the arrest earlier last week, Erika jumped to her Instagram and left a comment, ‘this is getting crazier and crazier’ about the situation
Divorce: The reality star filed for divorce from her husband Tom in November 2020 on the basis of ‘irreconcilable differences’; seen in october in NYC
Kamon’s arrest brings a new criminal element to the case; he was picked up at Baltimore-Washington International Airport last week after landing on a flight from the Bahamas.
Prosecutors say he stole $10 million from the company in his own “side fraud” that grew into a larger “theft scheme.”
The Los Angeles Times reports that Kamon, who worked at the company for 20 years, was living “far above” his $350,000-a-year salary on the money he allegedly stole.
During his first court appearance, prosecutors criticized his greed. “This isn’t a Robin Hood-style theft. This is pure greed and a lavish lifestyle,” said one of them.
The charges against Kamon remain sealed, so much of the evidence against him is unknown. Prosecutors say they have reason to believe that if they were released on bail, Kamon would flee to the Bahamas.