RHOBH’s Erika Jayne Receives ‘Devastating’ Legal News


New details about Marco Marco designer Christopher Psaila’s lawsuit against Erika Jayne are coming to light thanks to Ronald Richards.

If you’re unaware the drama between the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and the Los Angeles based fashion designed is quite complicated.

In August 2023, Psaila filed a lawsuit against Erika Jayne, Secret Service against, the RHOBH star’s assistant Laia Ribatallada, and Peter Grim of American Express.

Pasila alleges that EJ and her associates framed him for fraud after the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star alleged that he via his costume designer business, Marco Marco, illegally overcharged her AMEX $900,000.

Erika Jayne posing in glamour
Erika Jayne posing in a costume designed by Marco Marco

When the allegations against Psaila first arose he denied the claims of fraud and fought back with a lawsuit of his own, suing for “malicious prosecution and conspiracy.”

Many have accused Erika Jayne of ruining Pasila’s life and business. The designer details what he went through amid Erika’s allegations in The Housewife and The Hustler 2: The Reckoning.

As for Erika Jayne, she is attempting to get Pasila’s case against her dismissed. But it seems that things are not going in EJ’s favor.

On February 27, attorney Ronald Richards shared an update on Erika Jayne’s effort to get Pasila’s lawsuit dismissed.

Richards tweeted: “Devastating day for Erika Girardi, to our surprise, the federal court in a short opinion DENIED her SLAPP motion to dismiss Christopher Psaila’s case.”

Erika Jayne crying on RHOBH about being dragged into Tom's legal issues.
Erika Jayne crying on RHOBH about being dragged into Tom’s legal issues.

“[Erika Jayne] will now face a trial on allegations she falsely got her costumer [sic] designer charged,” Richards continued. “Nothing is ever a lock in court. Congrats to Marco Marco! This is one of her worst losses as she won’t be able to delay this trial and the facts are bad for her.”

On Bravo fan commented, “I am still a bit leery of this one. Marco admitted to overcharging her many times” to which Richards responded, “Not for criminal conduct the US attorney already dismissed the case.”

Another fan wrote: “Why did he admit it? I watched H &H 2 and I know his statement about it but isn’t he back to business…I also remember she got the involved that actually showed discrepancies.”

Richards explained, “He didn’t admit criminal conduct. There’s all sorts of issues that are backfiring.”

Part two of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hillseason 13 reunion airs March 6. at 8 p.m. on Bravo. 

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