Tom Girardi’s Ex-Wife Karen Girardi Files Docs Against Tom’s Estate, Says She’s Owed $245K in Alimony, Find Out How Much She Gets Monthly as Disbarred Attorney Faces Foreclosure on $8 Million Mansion

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Thomas Girardi's Ex-Wife Karen is Owed $245k in Alimony as Disbarred Attorney Faces Over $6 Million in Liens and Foreclosure on $7.98 Million Mansion

Thomas Girardi‘s first wife, Karen Girardi, is reportedly owed $245,000 in alimony.

As the recently-disbarred attorney, who was forced into bankruptcy in December 2020, along with his now-defunct firm, Girardi Keese, faces liens worth over $6 million, Karen has filed documents against him as the Pasadena home he once shared with estranged wife Erika Jayne, of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, nears foreclosure.

“In a surprise development, Karen Girardi, Tom Girardi’s first wife files papers for the relief brought by the second lender. She discloses that she is owed $10k per month and her bill is now $245k. This brings just the secured liens to $6,070,000. Debt service is $40k per month!” attorney Ronald Richards tweeted on June 10.

RHOBH Thomas Girardi's Ex-Wife Karen is Owed $245k Alimoney

Then, in a second Twitter post, the attorney wrote, “Here is Karen’s motion which she lays out the lifetime support that has been in arrears for 24 months. The debt service on this property has to be $40k per month approximately. The minimum take out number is around $6,600,000 to cover commissions / fees.”

RHOBH Thomas Girardi is Facing Over $6 Milllion in Liens

In other Thomas Girardi news, one of his creditors has filed a motion to have his and Erika’s former Pasadena mansion sold at auction.

According to court documents obtained by Radar OnlineArsani Sidarous, who is owed $3.2 million, wants the court to sell off the four-bedroom, nine-bathroom 10,277-square-foot home at auction following a number of price cuts.

As RHOBH fans will recall, a trustee was appointed to take control of his assets, unload them, and repay his many lenders, creditors, and former clients, who he’s accused of stealing millions from in settlements.

In May 2021, Thomas and Erika’s former home was put on the market for $13 million. But in the year since, the price has been changed on a number of occasions, going from $13 million to $11.5 million to $9.9 million and to $8.9 million before reaching its current price of $7.98 million.

In the request for foreclosure, it was noted that the mansion has a total of $23 million in liens filed against it.

A judge has yet to decide whether or not to move forward.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.

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