She also shared a very pointed message on Sunday, September 12, writing on Instagram Story: “Keep trying to fu*k me over… it’s not going to work.”
The 53-year-old radio host teased on his SiriusXM show Monday, September 13, that the Pretty Mess author answers "everything" during the reunion. He said she candidly opened up about the alleged fraud case, her ex's alleged extramarital affairs, his reported dementia and much more. "I thought it was fascinating, engaging, surprising," he said, adding: "We spoke about everything."
The Bravo personality took to Instagram to snap a quick video while on set for what he described as “the most highly anticipated reunion in years.” The video opened with a close-up of the Watch What Happens Live host. "We're still going. We're on a makeup break," Cohen remarked, before glancing over to talk directly to the Broadway star.
“How's it going, Erika?” he asked, to which she quipped back sweetly, “It's going wonderful,” before sarcastically adding, “Don't you think?”
“I do,” the cheerful host responded emphatically, before turning back to the camera. “It's a good reunion.”
Richards responded to her accusation on September 8, saying, “Erika was falsely contending we were only interested in fees. We then offered to add 10 percent to any voluntary return of the $25,000,000 in expenses the firm paid for her in the next ten days.”
He added, “If she was interested in helping the victims, she would simply pay back some of the expenses that were improperly advanced by the law firm and improperly deducted by Erika on her LLC and personal returns. This would add 10 percent to her voluntary compliance payment. It is not about the fees, it is about the victims.”
On Saturday morning, hours after filming the bombshell RHOBH reunion, she replied to his message, crying “extortion.” Richards shot back: “Not even close. Windfall for victims/creditors: A voluntary payment without any deduction of our legal fees. We are hopeful an appeal to reason and humanity is more persuasive than a misguided and erroneous legal opinion. It is undisputed the $25m was spent for just one person.”