Erika Jayne has come out swinging after photos of the 49-year-old dressed down at a gas station went viral.
Earlier this week, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was snapped rocking messy hair and wearing a casual oversized T-shirt, leggings and sneakers as she filled up her car with gas. Many social media users expressed their belief that the images showed a stark contrast to the way she presents herself on the Bravo reality series.
"Exactly," Jayne agreed with a fan who said, "y’all don’t know s**t about erika cause this has always been her when she’s just hanging with her friends. but go off i guess."
"Seriously though," she added in response to a fan who joked that their thoughts every time they pump gas are "it aint glamorous, man."
"Pretty fabulous," Jayne replied to a fan who joked about wearing a ball gown to the gas station.
"Goodnight Twitter, please be in full glam when pumping gas. Apparently it’s a big deal," Jayne concluded.
However, the snaps are probably the least of Jayne's concerns amid her messy divorce and legal woes with estranged husband Tom Girardi.
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Still, many social media users were unsympathetic.
"If you want people to leave you alone the answer is simple. Sell off your luxury items and give the money back to the victims. I don't care if you knew or not— but those things weren't bought with you or your husband's money. You need to give them back. K?" one user wrote.
The Pretty Mess author hit back at the criticism, tweeting hours later, "When did everyone on Twitter become a f*****g expert on others personal lives? Do you actually believe this s**t?"
Meanwhile, the current season of RHOBH includes Jayne — who filed for divorce in November after 21 years of marriage —opening up about her split. "There's so many layers to this divorce," the performer admitted in a recent episode. "It's so f***ing complicated. It's very difficult to explain."
Jayne admitted that she "did not see it ending this way" and intended on being there to "hold that man's hand until he died."
Jayne and Girardi, 81, were sued for allegedly embezzling $2 million from a settlement fund intended to compensate the families of victims of the 2018 Lion Air Flight 610 plane crash.
Edelson PC are suing on behalf of their clients and claimed in the suit that the money was embezzled in a "need to fund outrageous lifestyles for himself and his soon-to-be ex-wife Erika Jayne," and that the divorce was actually a "sham attempt to fraudulently protect Tom's and Erika's money from those that seek to collect on debts owed by Tom and his law firm Girardi Keese."
As previously reported by OK!, Girardi is in a conservatorship following a diagnosis of late-onset Alzheimer's and dementia. After he had to involuntarily file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a court-appointed trustee was delegated to control his finances.
The trustee reportedly believes that Jayne has "assets of the Debtor’s bankruptcy estate and/or has transferred estate assets to third parties prior to the commencement of this bankruptcy case," however, she is adamant that she does not have any community property with her ex except for some household items but "that what she does have were alleged gifts from" the attorney.
Girardi is also involved in several other lawsuits.