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Erika Jayne gives $750K to Tom Girardi in a fraud investigation of her estranged husband.

Fox News Digital's Jayne's lawyer stated that the earrings were a gift she received from her ex.

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Erika Jayne gives $750K to Tom Girardi in a fraud investigation of her estranged husband.

ErikaJayne gave over diamond earrings estimated to be worth $750,000. They were allegedly gifted by Tom Girardi, Fox News Digital can confirm.

Fox News Digital sources said Erika Girardi obeyed the Court order. The docket was devoid of any motions to enforce the order. "Either party can disobey an order signed by a court once it is issued. They would be violating the Court's order. It is rare for parties to verify that they have followed court orders. Without notification of a violation, it is assumed that the order was followed.

Fox News Digital obtained court documents that show the preliminary motion of the former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star was made in response to Girardi's trustee. The trustee was charged with collecting the debts and allowing Girardi to have the jewels stored by another party while Girardi's fraud investigation is completed. A judge agreed to the motion. In court records, the ruling made this stipulation permanent.

Evan Borges, Jayne's lawyer stated in a Jan. 26 motion that Jayne had agreed to keep the "status Quo" and to show her "good faith" by "holding and not selling the earrings" and "will give the earrings to a third party escrow to be kept in trust while the trustee finishes her investigation."

Jayne's counsel filed a joint stipulation to the bankruptcy court on behalf of the actress, and "XXPENSIVE" singer. The matter was moved from the current hearing date of February 15, 2022 to May 17, 2022 "to allow discovery" and a valuation on the expensive jewelry.

"While the Trustee has possession and control over the Earrings the Trustee can obtain appraisals and make the Earrings available to be appraised within seven days after any written request by Ms. Girardi or counsel. The Trustee will not store the Earrings unless they are allowed or obtained appraisals," Borges requested in his filing.

He also asked the court to allow Ms. Girardi and the Trustee to conduct discovery on the Earrings motion, the hearing on that Motion shall be continued for 3 months up to May 17, 2022, (if that date aligns with the Court's schedule, or to any other date thereafter, as ordered by Court"), presumably the requested "Continued Listening Date."

Jayne's lawyer stated in a statement to Fox News Digital that Jayne "innocently” received the earrings from her ex. He is now being investigated for the alleged crimes.

Borges' statement states that "I am disturbed that everyone jumps to conclusions about Erika who is innocent and trying to blame them for the actions of other people."

"If the law is relevant, the trustee's motion will be denied." The trustee cannot claim Erika inadvertently received earrings from her ex-husband, who was then extraordinarily rich. This is despite the hearsay evidence that was filed with the motion.

Separate court documents were filed by the trustee claiming that Girardi purchased the extravagant jewelry in 2007 with funds from a trust account he managed, Girardi Keese(GK) according to .

Further, the documents claim that the purchase was justified simply as a "cost" to the account. Jayne filed for divorcement from Girardi on November 2020. The couple had been married for over 20 years.

Ronald Richards, who was formerly special counsel in the Girardi-Keese bankruptcy case, and is currently an administrative creditor to Jayne's estate, said that he had a long-standing desire to "make sure [the trustee] gets something". Richards filed a $25m lawsuit against Jayne to recover funds she allegedly received from Girardi. Richards claims these funds are directly related to fraud allegations Girardi is currently investigating.

Richards stated, "I began covering Girardi’s frauds as I have done for other lawyers before I became personally involved with the case." "Then, some lawyers hired our firm and he took settlement money. Then I became the special counsel to pursue Erika."

Richards asserts that the case against Jayne Girardi and Girardi was subject to a "change of litigation strategy" after Richards was confronted with a Chicago lawsuit which ultimately ended in dismissal.

Richards maintains that Jayne "hasn’t made any effort [Girardi Keese] to return any money she was given by the law firm over the past twelve years."

Richards stated to Fox News Digital that Richards believes it is more beneficial to come up with legal defenses such as too much time has passed – the statute of limitations defense. She's basically trying to say "OK, well," even though E.J. Global was not a business. Even though $25 million of company expenses were paid by the law firm [Girardi Keese], I claimed I had a community property right in the firm. These earrings, which are estimated to be worth $1.5million today, were too long ago.

Richards believes Jayne will never again be able to take ownership of the earrings. Jayne anticipates that the valuable wearables may be part of a settlement.

When asked if she would receive the items back after the investigation was over, he replied "No, I don’t." "Because there is also a claim by Thomas Girardi individual trustee. She'll have to address that claim. The reason [Borges] gave the earrings to the trustee was that he was worried about losing the motion, and also because he didn’t want to submit a declaration under oath from his client.

Jayne was dismissed from the lawsuit regarding alleged fraud by Girardi. Girardi was accused of taking $2 million from victims of the December plane crash. The couple's assets were then frozen. Jayne had filed divorce one month before.

Jayne, 82, Girardi and Jayne were accused of divorcing in order to protect their assets and money.



 

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