Erika Jayne Reacts To Tom Girardi Allegedly Wiring $300K To Mistress

Earlier Wednesday, it was reported that Jayne scored a win in the $5 million fraud lawsuit Girardi’s former colleagues, attorneys Philip R. Sheldon and Robert P. Finn, filed in late 2020.

Erika Jayne Reacts To Tom Girardi Allegedly Wiring $300K To Mistress.

Erika Jayne has responded to allegations that her estranged husband, Tom Girardi, gave mistress Tricia A. Bigelow $300,000 in ill-gotten gains for a beach condo during their alleged affair.

“Wow. I knew about jewelry, shopping sprees, and plastic surgery but this really threw me for a loop,” Jayne, 51, wrote via Instagram Wednesday.

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The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star’s post was accompanied by a screenshot of the new Los Angeles Times article that reported on the shocking claim.

According to court documents obtained by the outlet, Girardi, 83, used settlement funds intended for his Girardi Keese clients in the 2015 wire transfer that assisted Bigelow in purchasing oceanfront property in Santa Monica, California.

Erika Jayne Reacts To Tom Girardi Allegedly Wiring $300K To Mistress - SurgeZirc US
Erika Jayne reacted to the bombshell claim that her estranged husband, Tom Girardi, wired $300,000 to his mistress in 2015.

According to the publication, Girardi’s account allegedly contained money owed to cancer victims and other residents of a polluted Inland Empire community.

According to Bigelow’s attorney, Alan Jackson, the former judge was unaware Girardi was allegedly using settlement funds, and the transfer “was NOT marked as coming from a [Girardi Keese] trust account.”

Girardi, according to Bigelow’s lawyer, “never shared anything with her regarding the source of any gifts.”

Jayne was also informed of the $300,000 gift in court earlier this month, according to the outlet.

Erika Jayne Reacts To Tom Girardi Allegedly Wiring $300K To Mistress - SurgeZirc US
The Los Angeles Times reported that Girardi’s misused funds helped Tricia A. Bigelow purchase a beach condo.

“F—k me,” she said, before her team told her not to use profane language. “No way. No way.”

The Bravolebrity previously accused Girardi of cheating in December 2020, one month after she filed for divorce from the disgraced lawyer.

“This is Justice Tricia A. Bigelow. She was f–king my husband Tom Girardi and he was paying her Saks bill and paying for her plastic surgery,” Jayne wrote on Instagram at the time.

In a July 2021 episode of “RHOBH,” Jayne claimed to her castmates that she had “evidence” of Girardi’s “years-long” infidelity.

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“I knew a lot because it was so hard to hide and, you know, he was sloppy,” she said.

Earlier Wednesday, it was reported that Jayne scored a win in the $5 million fraud lawsuit Girardi’s former colleagues, attorneys Philip R. Sheldon and Robert P. Finn, filed in late 2020.

Jayne’s attorney Evan C. Borges exclusively told us Tuesday that LA Judge Richard Fruin found no evidence that the reality star participated in “any wrongdoing.”

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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