On September 21, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was spotted having a night out on the town despite being wrapped up in her ex-husband Tom Girardi’s alleged embezzlement scheme.
Jayne made a surprise appearance at SUSHISAMBA Las Vegas Tree Bar inside the Venetian Resort on Tuesday, where she rocked a bright magenta minidress paired with matching stilettos and gold hoop earrings.
A source exclusively tells OK! that Jayne seemed to be enjoying herself and was all smiles at the event. “She was so friendly and nice,” the insider spilled. “She had a great time and guests enjoyed talking with her.”
“She was smiling and conversing with guests and taking photos and selfies with them,” the source continued. “She talked about how happy she was to be at SUSHISAMBA at The Grand Canal Shoppes, how hospitable everyone was, she loved the Tree Bar and the sushi."
The Bravo star appeared to be taking a much needed night to blow off steam after her legal troubles have been piling up over the past few months.
As OK! previously reported, Jayne was recently hit with an amended federal lawsuit requiring her to repay $25 million to creditors.
The singer is being sued in federal court by Girardi’s past clients, who believe the reality star knew about the alleged embezzlement and are seeking to gain back the money that they claim funded Jayne’s luxurious lifestyle.
All eyes have been on the TV personality lately after Andy Cohen teased the events of the upcoming RHOBH reunion, claiming that Jayne answers “everything.”
On Tuesday, September 14, Girardi reportedly listed the pair’s condo in La Quinta, Calif., to help pay back creditors and legal fees according to attorney Ronald Richards.
Richards tweeted: "The sale will result at a minimum of $730,000 to the estate with $584k going to the Ruigomez creditors," he continued. "$335k is going to Girardi’s trustee’s attorney’s bill. The sales price is $1,250,000.”
The former couple also listed their Pasadena mansion back in May, which was originally on the market for $13 million.
They were later forced to lower the price to $11.5 million in June, and after being hit with the latest lawsuit, the price was dropped to $8.9 million.