“How Many (Dumb) F—ks” does she give?
Wednesday night’s episode of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” saw Erika Jayne call her castmates “dumb f–ks” after an explosive fight during the ladies’ trip to Aspen.
The “Pretty Mess” author’s comments came after Crystal Kung Minkoff, Garcelle Beauvais and Kyle Richards encouraged her to show compassion for the victims allegedly stiffed out of settlement money by estranged husband Tom Girardi.
“Why am I catching the sins of somebody that I divorced?” Jayne, 51, asked before her friends Diana Jenkins and Lisa Rinna began escorting her out of Richards’ Colorado ski cabin.
“I’m not fucking caving into some s–t. Caving ‘cause people think I should feel some way,” the “XXPEN$IVE” singer continued as she made her exit. “Let it play out in the court of law!”
Jayne vocally refuted the idea that she should “take responsibility” for “s–t I didn’t do,” and told her co-stars, “I pray to f–king God your s–t doesn’t end up like mine.”
Rinna, anxious to get Jayne in the car, chimed in to say, “Let’s go.”
The Pretty Mess Hair founder said she would have stayed all night to “fight with these f–king bitches” — but eventually vacated the premises as Rinna suggested.
From the outside of Richards’ vacation home, Jayne then shouted, “F–k you all! What about the facts, dumb f–ks?”
In December 2020, Girardi, 83 — now an Alzheimer’s disease and dementia patient living in a memory care facility — and Jayne were sued by Edelson PC for allegedly embezzling funds meant for the families affected by 2018’s Lion Air Flight 610 plane crash.
Jayne — who filed for divorce from the disgraced lawyer one month prior — denied the charges against her and was dismissed from the fraud lawsuit by January 2022.
Jayne allegedly received $25 million from Girardi’s former firm, Girardi & Keese, to cover her luxe lifestyle over a 12-year period. However, she maintains that she had no knowledge of Girardi’s alleged wrongdoings.
A major legal victory came for Jayne in August when a judge found she had no “actual knowledge” of Girardi’s alleged crimes, though she is still attached to other lawsuits.
“We expect that other ‘aiding and abetting’ lawsuits against Erika, which accuse her of participating in some sort of ‘fraud,’ will fail for the same reason — they are contrary to the truth and based on no real evidence,” Jayne’s attorney, Evan C. Borges, previously told us.
Speaking to Page Six in May, Jayne insisted that she had “empathy” for Girardi’s alleged victims despite her “RHOBH” outburst.
“I had empathy for them then, and I have empathy for them now,” she said at the time. “And I trust that they will be taken care of.”
“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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