Uh-oh, is it time for Tom Girardi to go to this room and be quiet? Erika Girardi‘s powerhouse attorney of a husband has been sued in federal court over accusations that he swindled his clients out of their share of $130 million dollars in settlement money!
According to court documents, the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star’s husband and his partner Robert Finnerty, of the law firm Girardi-Keese, are accused of defrauding claimants from a settlement won against Lockheed Martin.
Former client Paul Kranich is seeking $50 million dollars after alleging that Tom misused money that was awarded to him and former co-workers after they successfully sued Lockheed for exposing employees to harmful chemicals. (Note: To my knowledge no other claimants from that class-action suit have filed suits against Tom or his firm).
So far, Eileen Davidson isn’t happy with the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills trip to Dubai, namely Lisa Vanderpump‘s failure to confess her sins, and Eileen took to her blog to promise she’ll “come down harder” until everyone is as miserable as she is she gets the outcomes she wants. Wait, remind me, who is the manipulator in this scenario?!?
Eileen complains that it took until their Arabian Nights dinner for Lisa Rinna to confront Lisa Vanderpump about the Munchausen drama. (I mean… how dare they travel 17 hours and then waste time sight seeing and having fun!)
“On the trip to Dubai, the one thing that Lisa R was not talking about was the bombshell she dropped at the beach back home about Lisa V,” blogs Eileen. “During our Arabian Nights dinner, Lisa R finally confronted Lisa V about what happened the day Munchausen was brought up for the first time: Lisa V ran after Lisa R and asked her ‘Why didn’t you bring Kyle [Richards] into it?’ Lisa V denied the whole thing, which was extremely frustrating for Lisa R.”
You guys Lisa Rinna has to talk about something. She reallyreallyreallyreally has to get something off her chest, clear the air, and discuss this reallyreallyreally important thing that’s been weighing heavily on her and like bothering her lately and she just really has to put it out there and like f–king own it. So the ladies of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills flew across the world to deal with the diarrhea of Lipsa’s giant lips.
But seriously – what the hell was going on last night?! They’re in Dubai, so it’s already another world, but this quickly became Alice falling down the rabbit hole. Except in this case, it’s actually all of us falling down the giant gaping hole of Lipsa’s mouth, which is directly linked her to her giant gaping makes no sense (OMG WHY IS ERIKA GIRARDI‘S BRAID A GIANT CATERPILLAR EATING HER HEAD IN THE DESERT) thought process. I’d blame hookahs, but um… well she brought the crazy with her from California. I hope it isn’t catching. Like Lyme!
Lisa shares, “I do wish I could have been at the Global Lyme Alliance in NYC to see Gigi present Yolanda with her award, but I had to remain in LA to work on a new talk show pilot. I wanted to be there, because I always want to support a friend when asked, but even more to just soak up the entire experience. It looked like a lovely, inspiring event and quite informative, too.”
TGIF! It’s hot photo Friday! Let’s see what our favorite reality TV stars have been up to! The Real Housewives of Orange County stars Terry and Heather Dubrowtook a break from overseeing the building of their mansion and were spotted having a good time (?) together at a Lakers game in L.A.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta stars Kenya Moore, NeNe Leakes, Cynthia Bailey and Kandi Burrusswere all photographed at events this week. Kenya was in Miami to attend the TREND Group and Granite Transformations global rebranding and “Immense” product collection launch event at Temple House. Cynthia Bailey was seen at the Jazz in the Gardens Music Festival with Married to Medicine stars Dr. Heavenly Kimes and Lisa Nicole Cloud in Miami. NeNe Leakes and husband Gregg were in Vegas for the fourth annual “One Night for ONE DROP” imagined by Cirque du Soleil, a show that raises awareness and funds for critical water issues worldwide.