Tom Girardi’s Former Affiliate Explains Why Erika Jayne Was Not Like By Different Lawyer’s Wives

Tom and Erika Girardi are in big trouble. After being sued by several victims who claim he stole settlement money from them, it appears that Tom will have to go the path that leaves him unable to run a business while Erika may have to fend for herself.

Just weeks after filing for divorce, it was revealed that Girardi’s law firm had stolen millions of dollars from the victims he represented in composition suits.

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As if stealing wasn’t enough, what made the idea even more despicable was the type of clientele it represented. This means that he stole relatives from people who died in devastating circumstances, orphans and people who, due to a tragic accident, could be disabled for the rest of their lives.

Erika Jayne built a whole brand to be rich. She even bragged about having a glamorous roster that costs $ 40,000 a month. In case it wasn’t obvious, she couldn’t afford her lifestyle on Bravo checks alone.

A former employee and client came forward to speak about the couple who are accused of cheating on people under the guise of divorce.

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Kimberly Archie began working with Tom after replacing her in her son’s death.

She spoke on Heather McDonald’s podcast where she revealed that she thought Girardi was a good guy, but he’s actually a shark.

She went on to explain why Erika was not exactly accepted into Girardi’s world by other lawyers’ wives.

“I think one of the things that might not sit so well in the world she wanted to navigate is that she created a persona based on money. If your money – even if it wasn’t stolen – came from people like my son’s death or a burn victim or a family member of someone who died of cancer, was injured in a train wreck or died in a bus rollover, you could probably have a little more etiquette and class on how to let people realize how much you have enjoyed the wealth that has emerged from those horrific tragedies. ‘

What do you think of Kimberly’s comments?


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