Things are coming to a head for Erika Jayne in the recently-released midseason trailer for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Although things between Sutton Stracke and Crystal Kung-Minkoff appear to be headed in the right direction, with Sutton telling the new cast member her hair looks “so good,” Erika appears to be in a downward spiral as her castmates raise questions in regard to how much she knew about Thomas Girardi‘s many crimes against his former clients.
“Everybody’s got a skeleton in their closet. In my family, it just happens to all be out there,” Kathy Hilton says as the trailer begins.
Then, during another group event, Crystal’s husband, director Rob Minkoff, appears to school the RHOBH cast on what a real friend is.
“A true friend does not disappear when the problems come,” he notes as he stands before the group.
“Amen to that,” Erika replies.
Following the tense meal, Erika is seen sitting in bed and telling one of her co-stars, “Want to know who your friends are? Get old and go broke.”
Although Erika has maintained that she knew nothing about the millions Thomas is accused of stealing from his former clients, Kyle Richards seems to believe there is more to the story.
“She’s going to have to answer more than she’s comfortable with because we deserve to know the truth,” Kyle tells the cast before feuding with Sutton, who accuses her of talking “too much like [Dorit Kemsley].”
During another scene, Dorit tells Garcelle Beauvais, “You’ve been making a lot of jabs at me.” Garcelle quickly fires back.
“F-ck you with that,” she replies.
While it wasn’t revealed what “jabs” Dorit was referring to, Garcelle informs the cast that she isn’t going to kick Erika while she’s down.
“I’m not going to sh-t on her when she’s at her bottom. That’s not who I am,” Garcelle states, later adding, “If what Tom did is true, then f-ck Tom.”
“If he stole the money, I’d like to know where it is,” Erika replies.
Even the men get in on the action involving the ongoing lawsuits against Erika and Thomas. Paul “PK” Kemsley notes that the story is “incredible,” and Mauricio Umansky says there are “lies all over the place.”
As speculation continues, the Housewives get more and more curious about Erika. Erika tells Sutton in one scene, “I’m asking you to believe me instead of an article.” However, Sutton later wonders, “Have we been duped by the lies?”
After seemingly being told what Sutton had said, Erika comes face-to-face with Sutton during a group dinner and informs her, “You ever call me a liar again, I’m coming for you.”
As the clip concludes, Erika is seen in tears as she cries, “Look at me. Look at my f-cking life!”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 11 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.