Erika Jayne can breathe a sigh of relief.
The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star has been fired from her embezzlement and fraud lawsuit against her estranged husband, Tom Girardi.
“Under the provision, Plaintiff’s claims against Defendants EJ Global LLC and Erika Girardi are
dismissed without reservation and without costs,” read the January 29 legal documents obtained by Page Six.
The ruling came a day after both sides agreed that “resignation is appropriate,” according to a separate filing, also obtained by Page Six.
Jayne’s attorney did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
The Bravolebrity, 50, and Girardi, 82, were sued in December 2020 by Edelson PC, a class-action firm, on behalf of several victims of Boeing plane crashes for alleged misappropriation of settlement funds intended to help the victims of Lion Air Flight 610. , per federal court documents.
In the lawsuit, Jayne, who filed for divorce in November 2020, and Girardi were accused of using the alleged “fake divorce” to fraudulently protect Tom and Erika’s money from those seeking to collect debts from Tom and his law firm GK. . .”
The lawsuit also alleged that Girardi used his clients’ money to fund his lavish lifestyle. The lawsuit cited Jayne’s song “Exxpen$ive” and her self-reported claims that it costs $40,000 a month for her glamour, as reasons for the need to embezzle the money.
Jayne denied the allegations surrounding her “fake divorce” on an episode of “RHOBH” that aired this summer.
“Divorce is very painful and then it is even more painful to call it a sham,” Jayne said in a confessional. “It took a lot of courage to leave and it took two seconds for an ass – to say it was a sham and [for] anyone to believe it.”
Earlier this week, the attorney for the author of “Pretty Mess” spread reports that Jayne knowingly received diamond earrings paid for with money stolen from Girardi’s clients.
“First, Erika is completely innocent,” Evan Borges claimed in a court file obtained exclusively by Page Six Wednesday.
“Even the trustee does not claim that Erika knew the source of the money her wealthy husband used 15 years ago to buy her a gift of earrings (which replaced an earlier set of earrings bought years before).”
Despite her alleged ignorance, Jayne has agreed in a “show of good faith” not to sell or transfer the earrings pending an investigation, according to court documents.