Erika Jayne continues to feud with attorney Ronald Richards, who is investigating her finances amid Thomas Girardi‘s bankruptcy as it’s revealed that Thomas’ alleged mistress, Justice Tricia A. Bigelow, has retired.
After taking aim at his mental health in a tweet shared on Monday, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member accused Ronald of failing to care about the victims of her estranged spouse and refused to delete her Twitter page after the attorney explained why Thomas’ alleged mistress, Justice Tricia, won’t be investigated.
Following a question from the Real Andy of BH on Instagram, who wanted to know if Ronald would also be investigating any of Thomas’ alleged mistresses, the attorney confirmed there are no current plans to look into potential funds sent her way.
“That’s a great question Andy but we’re not authorized to go after anybody else but Erika number one,” Ronald revealed. “Number two there’s no evidence that Tom gave any money to a mistress certainly not $25 million. Our appointment is just for Erika.”
After Andy wondered who would have to authorize a potential investigation into the finances of any alleged mistresses, Ronald said the trustee would have to file a motion before adding that “there’s no attorney interested in going after a mistress because there’s no evidence a mistress received any substantial amount of money.”
Speaking of Judge Tricia, Radar Online recently reported that the justice retired in June, mere months after the “Pretty Mess” singer outed her as Thomas’ alleged mistress.
As fans well know, after filing for divorce from Thomas in November, along with being accused of helping him hide millions of dollars of his former clients’ money, Erika posted — and quickly deleted — a collage of alleged photos and text messages between Thomas and Tricia.
“This is Justice Tricia A. Bigelow. She was f**king my husband Tom Girardi and he was paying her Saks bill and paying for her plastic surgery,” she captioned the post, which also included Tricia’s phone number.
Following the shocking Instagram post, Tricia’s attorney, Alan Jackson, told the L.A. Times that the reality star’s “actions in maliciously doxxing the Justice were nothing short of criminal.”
He added at the time, “We are considering our options to protect Justice Bigelow from further harassment.” However, it seems like nothing ever came of the legal threat.
Though the judge has now officially hung up her robe after being appointed by former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2008, it’s unclear if the scandal played a part in her decision or if she had been planning to retire all along. She is now reportedly working as a private mediator.
Meanwhile, amid Erika’s feud with Ronald, she responded to a woman on Twitter, who suggested the drama between her and the attorney was taking away from the victims.
“God what has happened now? Watching you and [Ronald Richards] going for each other on Twitter is really starting to leave a bad taste in my mouth. Remember what is important here. THE VICTIMS,” she had written.
“Nah… it’s the fees. Always the fees plus costs,” Erika replied. “Don’t be fooled…”
Also on Twitter, Erika responded to a person who told her, “DELETE YOUR ACCOUNT.”
“Never,” she said.
On Instagram, Erika caused another stir by seemingly flaunting her wealth by sharing a photo of herself in a pair of black Christian Louboutin heels, which cost over $700.
After sharing the photo above, Erika was blasted by several of her followers.
“You need to sell those shoes and give the money back,” one person said.
“Look at my life! Right?” another stated, mocking a comment Erika made on RHOBH.
“SHAMELESS!” a third Instagram user shared. “All that plastic surgery and Louboutins is from stolen money.”
Others accused Erika of being “tone deaf” while a fourth fan said she was “so detached from reality.”