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RHOBH’s Erika Jayne SLAMMED for taking 11 months to address husband’s ‘alleged victims’ in ‘staged’ statement at reunion

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ERIKA Jayne was slammed for taking 11 months to address husband’s “alleged victims” in a “staged” statement at tonight’s Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills reunion. 

Part one of the explosive four-episode reunion began with a bang as the Bravo star finally addressed the widows, orphans and others who accused her husband Tom Girardi of embezzling millions of their dollars. 

Right off the bat, Erika, 50, is asked by host Andy Cohen if her attorney’s advised her to quit RHOBH due to being wrapped up in her estranged husband’s legal scandal. 

When Andy, 53, begged the question, the Pretty Mess singer responded: “They did. And I said no because I have nothing to hide. 

“And they said, ‘this s**t will be twisted around’ and could be used against you. I’ve thought about it but I’m not a quitter. 

“I didn’t want to runaway from everything that’s coming at me. So I stayed.”

She then publicly addressed the victims for the first time since the case first became news back in November 2020. 

When Andy asked what the biggest misconception people have of her is, Erika insisted: “That I’m cold and have no sympathy. 

“But I’m in an almost impossible situation. And anyone who has been wronged, I want them to be made whole. 

“I’m talking about the alleged victims of the alleged wrongdoings from Tom and it’s important people hear that from me.”

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