Not so fast!
It turns out the recent claims made by Ronald Richards and Radar Online that Erika Jayne invested money into the now-defunct clothing line of Lisa Rinna’s daughters Delilah and Amelia Hamlin aren’t true at all.
In recent years, Erika shelled out $156,000 to DNA Inc, which happens to be the name of Delilah and Amelia’s former clothing line, which debuted in 2019.
Richards was adamant that the money went to Lisa’s daughters’ company.
“We have no reason to believe those charges are for any other company than her friend Lisa Rinna’s daughters’ company. It looks like she threw them a large bone with these excessive purchases. Lisa and Erika have a close relationship, including sharing business managers, and Lisa has taken an active role in assisting Erika since she left Tom Girardi,” he said.
However, now, both Lisa and Erika’s attorneys are shutting down the report.
According to their lawyer, David Berke, Delilah and Amelia didn’t receive a dime from Erika.
He tells Radar, “the $156,600 charge in question had absolutely nothing to do with Ms. Delilah and Amelia.” Burke then notes that Delilah and Amelia’s single clothing line was called DNA “but insists they did not do so using a corporate entity by the name of DNA, Inc.”
The clothing line which stood for Delilah N’ Amelia – was never a company. Instead, the brand was “merely the brand name of the clothing line that was sold under and by a company by the name of LA Collective.”
“Simply put, there never was a “DNA Inc.” owned/operated by Delilah and Amelia,” he explained before calling Richards’ claims “false.”
On the other hand, Erika’s lawyer confirmed that the payment was to DNA, Inc., located in Santa Monica, which specialized in music video production before closing its doors.
Meanwhile, Lisa celebrated the retraction on her Instagram Story.
Lisa confirmed that her daughters “did not” receive money from Erika as she reposted the “retraction” several times.