Another $1 Million Slashed From Erika Jayne And Tom Girardi’s Mansion Sale Price

I can’t even fathom what the game plan is for the people in charge of attempting to pay off Tom Girardi’s $101 million debt. And it’s evident that his soon-to-be Real Housewives of Beverly Hills ex-wife Erika Jayne isn’t going to do anything to help that number dwindle down. She won’t even give back the money that she didn’t earn (allegedly). But if you’re Lisa Rinna, that’s apparently A-OK. As Erika can seemingly do no wrong.

Tom and Erika’s belongings are being auctioned off and, of course, their Pasadena mansion is for sale. But as it sits on the market, it doesn’t look like it’ll be getting exactly the price they were hoping for in an attempt to bring the massive number down.

Last month, the asking price on the original $16 million mansion got slashed majorly. And now, according to New York Postit looks like it’s down even more. Now, the mansion is listed at $8.9 million. That’s not going to put much of a dent in the debt, but at least it’s something. Maybe it’s because it was allegedly burglarized while Tom and Erika were kicking and screaming to avoid the sale. Speaking of that, Andy Cohen, does she answer any questions about THAT at the RHOBH reunion? Because that story is about as crazy as all of Tom’s car crash stories.

 

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New York Post reports that the mansion is still listed at more than its worth in the area. The mansion is priced at $866 per square foot, when the average Pasadena price is around $656 per square foot. Maybe they’re hoping that the lore of Erika and Tom’s reality TV legal problems will make it worth more. But clearly (allegedly) Erika isn’t worried about paying back the victims, so why should a potential home buyer pay more than it’s worth to help two former rich people pay off their debts to orphans and widows?

Tom apparently purchased the home for $1.3 million in 1980, so it’s gone up in the four decades he’s been in it. But seemingly not enough for what they were hoping for. But Erika better watch out — they need to find the money to pay back the debts somewhere. And the next place they’re bound to look is in her closet.

 

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TELL US – WHAT DO YOU THINK OF ERIKA AND TOM’S HOME GOING DOWN IN PRICE? WHY DO YOU THINK THEY CAN’T SELL IT? 

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