Erika Jayne denied a recent Daily Mail report that she was looking for a one-bedroom apartment in Los Angeles.

Speculation began after the beleaguered “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, 50, was seen walking out of a West Hollywood apartment building with an outdoor sign promoting the vacant units.

A building manager named Michael took to his Instagram Story Thursday to say that Jayne was just “visiting a friend” and wrote, “God people are crazy!”

He added jokingly: “However, we have only 1 unit left 😜”

Jayne shared the post in her own story.

The “XXPEN $ IVE” singer’s WeHo outing comes after she was heard complaining to Kyle Richards that she had “zero dollars” on Wednesday night’s episode of “RHOBH.”

Erika Jayne
Erika Jayne shut down the Daily Mail report via Instagram.

Jayne was recently taken to court over allegations that her music career and lavish life with ex-husband Tom Girardi was supported by money from the former law firm of disgraced lawyer Girardi Keese. She has been accused of using the couple’s November 2020 divorce petition to hide assets from victims of Lion Air flight 610.

Following her split from Girardi, 82, Jayne fled the couple’s 10,000-square-foot Pasadena mansion, which features four bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a sprawling pool, a walnut-paneled library and a private chapel.

Erika Jayne previously lived in a 10,000 square foot mansion in Pasadena with her ex-husband Tom Girardi.

This season of “Beverly Hills” saw the reality TV star move into a three-bedroom, 2,000-square-foot bachelorette in Los Angeles’s Hancock Park neighborhood. According to Dirt, it costs him about $ 9,500 a month.

Erika Jayne
The final season of “RHOBH” saw Erika Jayne settle into a comfortable three-bedroom bachelorette in LA’s Hancock Park.

While Jayne isn’t ready to move to smaller accommodation, her style has certainly been affected by her ongoing financial woes. The Bravolebrity was once known for its endless display of designer looks, but it’s now looking for deals at discount retailer TJ Maxx.

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.

About The Author

Related Posts