Hmmm, let me think for a second. Where have I seen a $40k figure involving both Erika Jayne and her husband, Tom Girardi? I’m sure it will come to me any moment. While I am deep in thought, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Pasadena Edition diva is in the news. No, she isn’t regaling the wonders of Dorit Kemsley’s new home rental or buying gifts for Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave’s impending
storyline baby girl. The woman who communicates through track suits is back in the media thanks to her hubby.
Let’s not continue to rehash the mounting legal bills of our various cast members. Why, that would be uncouth and surely Camille Grammer is already on the case. Well, let’s do it just this once regarding Tom. No need to bother with Dorit and PK Kemsley’s run from the IRS or Mauricio Umansky’s alleged shady house flip that profited him around $70 million. Tom has been dealing with his own financial disputes. Along with a $16 million case over perceived misused funds, in September, Tom was thrown another case. His law firm is being sued by a consulting company for $40,000. Tom is now responding to the case and basically saying, “I don’t know her” to the claim.
Great news everyone! The reigning Princess of Chanel and Court Proceedings has won a case. Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has a new season right around the corner and filming is currently in progress. Season 9 found Dorit Kemsley and husband, PK Kemsley battling several lawsuits in attempts to collect on a debt. Sadly, Dorit did not share her financial anchor with viewers but at least we learned how great she is at
lying caring for animals!
Unfortunately for Dorit and her beloved, the man wanting his $1.2 million back wasn’t their only problem. Dorit had issues with a former partner in her world renowned bathing suit line, Beverly Beach by Dorit. Ryan Horne claimed a deal was made with Dorit and PK in 2017 to produce swimwear, along with owning a third of the business. I wonder whatever happened to that lovely woman in the Bahamas who calmly advised Dorit to “pay her friend” and also called Dorit a “cheap bitch”. Well, maybe now that unforgettable video star can rest easy because it looks like Ryan has bowed out.
And all the congregation said, DUH! Camille Grammer Meyer is having a moment, y’all. But, isn’t that the idea? When Real Housewives of Beverly Hills started getting slammed for the alleged boring season currently being filmed, instead of crawling on their hands and knees to Lisa Vanderpump, Bravo crawled to Camille. But she wasn’t the only one brought in to liven up the
snoozefest ladies, Brandi Glanville and Kim Richards got the call as well.
Apparently the red carpet was not rolled out for Camille’s return. That isn’t surprising because handlers carry it exclusively for Kyle Richards so her tiny sacred feet never directly touch the ground. Kidding! Kind of. Technically Camille isn’t supposed to be back at all. She famously tried to bust #puppygate and Dorit Kemsley’s financial embarrassment wide open last season. That didn’t exactly make her popular with the rest of the gang. But “the gang” proved to be failing on their own, so heeeeeeeeere’s Cammy! Now that she is back at work, is she getting the job done? All signs point to yes because Camille says the drama is falling on her shoulders. Get that check, girl.
Bravo, wanted the drama and got the drama. Unfortunately, it has nothing to do with the core cast on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. After rumors of a dud season surfaced, executives have
begged called Camille Grammer back onto the front lines. As an added bonus, we learned Brandi Glanville and Kim Richards will be providing back up support.
The returning ladies have allegedly fallen victim to “getting along”, if you believe their side of the story. This was their season to break free from the
popularity burden of Lisa Vanderpump, who apparently was the source of endless betrayal and arguments amongst the group. After Lisa’s departure, Bangs Kyle Richards and crew were transported to a magical place of fairies and flying dolphins, with nary an unkind word in sight. That’s just not going to work, darling. With hopes of spicing up the episodes, Brandi and Camille are already earning their checks. Currently, their war of words is going down on Twitter. Fortunately for fans of the show, the former full-time stars know their roles and know them well.
The PR machine is out in full force! Now that the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills can’t blame all of their issues on Lisa Vanderpump, the cast has been riding a wave of togetherness. Since filming began on Season 10, the ladies have enjoyed the launch of Kyle Richards’ epic caftan collection. The group has bonded over the impending arrival of Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave’s new
storyline baby girl. And let’s not forget the joy they have experienced at welcoming two newcomers to the coven team.
Cue the record scratch because all might not be well in the Beverly Hills hood. Many viewers are crying foul and Bravo is crying tears because of an alleged drought of drama. Thankfully Erika Jayne is on the media stroll, and wants fans to know there is drama. But it’s meaningful drama…
Because, of course, they are! Real Housewives of Beverly Hills might be in a spot of trouble. Filming is currently underway for the show’s 10th season and by all accounts, it is
a bore fest struggling. With rumors of fledgling plot lines and no drama, the troops have been called in.
Last week we learned Camille Grammer was getting back in the saddle to
save the show light a fire underneath the current cast in hopes of upping the theatrics. Today we know other RHOBH alums are now in pa osition to pick up the slack, along with Camille 007. Brandi Glanville and Kim Richards, get ready, it’s your turn to show up and show out.
Ah, memories. I know there are some hard feelings about Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Even Lisa Vanderpump haters were quietly appalled at how things went down last season. It seemed to last forever. We watched in fascination when Kyle Richards challenged Lisa and Ken Todd on their home turf. #goodbyekyle Our jaws dropped as Lisa played her last game of chess and quit. We were told of evil lies and betrayal, but got hung out to dry with no answers or confirmations.
To be blunt, the season was a wash. Fans began to side-eye the all-consuming dog drama and slowly discovered what the players were really hiding. Many viewers found the one saving grace was Camille Grammer Meyer. She rebelled against the #puppygate scandal and did not hesitate to call people out. She pulled certain cast members from their delusion cocoons. She also famously
spoke for all of us advised Teddi Mellencamp Arroyave to “shut it down” when Teddi attempted to speak during the finale party. After a turbulent appearance on the reunion, all of a sudden Camille was gone. As the last hope for anarchy in Beverly Hills faded, the rumor mill started pumping. Bravo doesn’t want Real Housewives of Dullsville! When all else fails, you know what to do! Call Camille Donatacci Grammer Meyer 007.
Well here’s some good news in the Land of Litigation, also known as Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. It’s no secret most of the cast have been caught up in heavy financial issues. Kyle Richards’ husband Mauricio Umansky is currently under siege in a $32 million case over a Malibu mansion. Dorit and PK Kemsley were under the gun as well. They had several issues to contend with, including a lawsuit over Dorit’s swimwear line and an unpaid debt of PK’s from 2011. No one was more surprised than us when both of those cases were recently settled.
Erika Jayne’s husband has also seen his fair share of court cases. Not because he is an attorney, but because he owed someone money too. In January, Tom Girardi was slapped with a $15 million lawsuit on the grounds of using funds to maintain a lavish lifestyle. Although Tom denied these claims, his wife has been pretty vocal about how much cash it takes to put her together every day. In July that case was reportedly settled. Now there might be some light at the end of the tunnel for Erika and
her glam squad Tom. Apparently Tom has further made good on paying back funds, which is great, but they aren’t out of the woods quite yet. Hang in there, Mikey!