As Erica’s impending divorce and ongoing legal troubles continue to be a hot topic both on and off the show, it seems the reality star is receiving some rather disturbing messages via social media.
However, she’s refusing to suffer in silence as she exposed one person’s vile notion that she deserves to die following a recent allegation about the embattled star.
“[Erika] needs to be executed,” the person wrote in response to a recent headline claiming the Pretty Mess author spent $25 million from her estranged husband’s law firm. Erika then reshared the comment with her 2.4 million followers on Instagram, which she captioned, “Trying to kill me now? Stop threatening my life.”
Unfortunately, that’s not all the seemingly troubled fan has said, as the person also sent Erika a threatening direct message that she reshared and captioned, “More threats.”
“Feeling scared yet?” the person asked. “The further the season gets, the more you should be worried about being in public….talk about being a marked woman.”
Meanwhile, attorney Ronald Richards, who the trustee in Thomas Girardi‘s bankruptcy case hired to investigate Erika’s assets, took to Twitter to clear up any confusion pertaining to Erika’s EJ Global LLC.
If fans recall on the show, when her co-stars questioned her about the $20 million that was allegedly diverted to her company, Erika claimed she’s been kept away from the books, even from her own LLC. However, Sutton Stracke pointed out that even if “the devil himself” places money into an LLC, the person who owns the company is responsible for it.
It seems Ronald is backing up Sutton’s statement, while further clarifying that even if her company does not have the funds to pay back the alleged diverted money, she will still be responsible for paying back what’s owed.
“To clear up some confusion on LLC’s: The law does not allow an LLC to become undercapitalized to avoid liability for its members,” he tweeted on August 21. “Please see the below one minute explanation on alter ego liability and you can decide for yourself. Only 1 person who benefitted and was in control.”
To clear up some confusion on LLC's: The law does not allow an LLC to become undercapitalized to avoid liability for its members. Please see the below one minute explanation on alter ego liability and you can decide for yourself. Only 1 person who benefitted and was in control. pic.twitter.com/0F67TUaX6s
— Ronald Richards (@RonaldRichards) August 21, 2021
Ronald also attached a document explaining alter ego liability, highlighting several points about Erika’s situation, including “the treatment by the individual of the assets of the corporation as his own,” and “the use of the corporate entity to procure labor, services or merchandise for another person or entity.”
Furthermore, Ronald shared evidence from Erika’s best-selling book where she seemingly admitted that she was highly involved in creating EJ Global. He also attached the document Erika signed when she initially filed for the LLC, and she listed herself as “manager” of the company.