REAL Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne was spotted at a dance class after allegations she spent millions.
It was the first time the troubled Bravo star was spotted in public after allegations her ex-husband Tom Girardi was accused of stealing millions from the orphans and widows of plane crash victims.
The RHOBH star, 50, kept her workout look simple, wearing a long sleeved blue Adidas top with black leggings, she wore her long blonde hair down and straight past her shoulders.
She completed the look with black sunglasses and carried a midnight blue handbag.
While she did not answer questions other than to she was “hanging in” amid her legal drama.
Other than her appearances on RHOBH where she spoke about the embezzlement claims against her and husband, Erika has not been seen publicly at all.
Her trip to dance class comes after she allegedly spent $25million from her ex Tom’s law firm on assistants, her glam squad and credit cards.
She has been accused of splashing the staggering amount of money by lawyers for the trustee overseeing the Girardi Keese bankruptcy.
The money was transferred from Tom’s law firm into Erika’s company EJ Global LLC, according to a legal demand letter obtained by Page Six.
The letter noted that Erika is the sole owner of the company.
“Mrs. Girardi signed under penalty of perjury the return and personally approved the charges allocated to the breakdown,” the letter reads.
Erika’s attorney, however, told the outlet that “no money whatsoever went to Erika” and that she never helped manage Tom’s firm.
Between 2008 to 2020, Erika allegedly spent $14.2million on an American Express card.
Her company was also believed to have sent $1.5million at the McDonald Selznick Associates Agency, an agency that represents dancers and choreographers.
Another $1.4million went on unknown purchases, according to Page Six.
Ronald Richards, a lawyer representing the trustee said Erika owes Girardi Keese more than $28million for her expenditures plus interest.
“It is immaterial whether she knew her husband had improperly diverted funds from clients,” Ronald said in a statement to Page Six.
“What is relevant is that she received complete and total value for the receivable and a formal demand for payment was sent. We are hopeful she backs up her on-air statement last night that the victims come first. “
Erika’s attorney called the trustee’s allegations “malicious” and added: “Erika never had and does not have personal liability for any debts or obligations of EJ Global LLC, period.”
According to a Los Angeles Times article, the couple at one time had between $50 to $80million in cash.
Tom was “improperly funneling” over $20million into Erika’s entertainment business LLC, the outlet claimed.
Erika has made a name for herself by flaunting her wealth over the years, even proudly saying “it’s expensive to be me” in her pop song.
She has since complained about her “downgraded” lifestyle of a Range Rover and $2million Los Angeles home.
During last week’s episode of RHOBH, Erika stormed off set crying while on a group trip to La Quinta as her costars learned of her alleged involvement in ex Tom “Ponzi scheme.”
The TV personality broke down in tears and locked herself in the bathroom during a discussion about the lawyer’s legal troubles.
She later got up and abruptly left as she declared she’s “going home” back to Los Angeles.