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“How Many F—ks” does Erika Jayne give these days? Several, she says.


The “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, 50, insists that her heart goes out to the alleged victims of her estranged husband, Tom Girardi. 

“Of course I have empathy for them,” she exclusively told Page Six. “I had empathy for them then, and I have empathy for them now. And I trust that they will be taken care of.”

Jayne is referencing the individuals, including widows and orphans, who lost loved ones in 2018’s Lion Air Flight 610 crash, whom disbarred attorney Girardi, 82, allegedly stiffed out of settlement funds. 

The “XXPEN$IVE” singer — who filed for divorce from Girardi in November 2020 after 21 years of marriage — has faced myriad questions from her castmates about her knowledge of her ex’s alleged wrongdoings. 

Erika Jayne tells Page Six that her heart goes out to those affected by estranged husband Tom Girardi’s alleged wrongdoings. Page Six

“Listen, I want to be very clear here: I have cooperated fully with everything,” she tells us. “Despite what is out there in blogs or tweets or anything on social media, please understand that I’ve cooperated fully.”

In the extended teaser for “RHOBH” Season 12, Jayne and co-star Crystal Kung Minkoff get into an heated argument over the Jayne’s ongoing legal woes. 

“You want to be on the side of the victims because you think it’s cool!” An exasperated Jayne tells Kung Minkoff. “I don’t give a f–k about anybody else but me!”

Though they are friends today, Jayne and Crystal Kung Minkoff get into a heated verbal match on the new season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

Jayne claims the outburst came after incessant needling from the women of “Beverly Hills,” including Kung Minkoff as well as pals Sutton Stracke and Garcelle, who have notably pressed Jayne the most about the situation. 

“I think you also need to remember that I’m fighting with one hand behind my back. I’ve walked right up to the line of what I can and cannot say. And so I tend to get frustrated when I’ve said all I can,” she explains. 

“And I can’t say anymore, yet I’m continuously being pressed about it. That’s why you see me [have an outburst],” Jayne elaborates. “And let’s be honest. That’s what they love more than anything, is to needle me because they know I can’t say anything.”

Sutton Stracke and Garcelle Beauvais have repeatedly pressed Jayne about her ongoing legal troubles on the Bravo reality show. WireImage

Despite Jayne and Kung Minkoff’s explosive interaction, the latter “Real Housewife” recently told Page Six that they were able for forge a stronger friendship throughout filming.

“Erika was actually very helpful for me this season. She helped me a lot when I was going through my conflicts with others in the cast,” said the Real Coco founder, who believes Jayne regrets blowing up at her. 

“I didn’t like any of that that she was saying in that moment. I don’t think anyone did. And I don’t even think Erika did. Everyone has their own regrets,” she elaborated. “The night she was yelling at me and the girls, she wanted to take that back.”

Jayne filed for divorce from Tom Girardi in November 2020. BRAVO

One month after Jayne filed for divorce from Girardi — now an Alzheimer’s disease and dementia patient living in a memory care facility — the estranged couple was sued by Edelson PC for allegedly embezzling the money meant for the families affected by Lion Air Flight 610.  

Jayne denied the charges against her and was dismissed from the fraud lawsuit in January. However, she is now facing a $50 million racketeering lawsuit and a $2.1 million “aiding and abetting” lawsuit.

Jayne tells Page Six that she hopes to emerge victorious from her court-related miseries. 

Jayne (third from left) spoke with Page Six while promoting “RHOBH” Season 12.Tommy Garcia/Bravo

“I like where I’m going to end. It’s going to be fine,” she says, adding that she’s made a concerted effort to stay positive. “Even if I didn’t feel that way, I’d still tell you I felt good about it. But I really do. It’s going to be just fine.”

She continues, “I do want to say this: This is a very long process. And I think that people need to understand these are very complex problems, so they don’t get wrapped up right away. And that’s one thing I think people have misunderstood. I said this would be a long time and I meant it.”

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.  

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Surfside families still want answers despite settlement

Gathered at a ceremony Thursday to honor the 98 people who died in a Florida condominium collapse last summer, some of the victims’ family members said they are too deep in mourning to contemplate the nearly $1 billion settlement their attorneys negotiated on their behalf.

Families and local officials gathered at the chain-link fence surrounding the vacant lot where Champlain Towers South once stood for the unveiling of temporary banners adorned with the victims’ names and ages under the heading “Fathers, Mothers, Sons, Daughters, Brothers, Sisters.”

The ceremony took place a day after the surprise announcement that a $997 million settlement had been reached in the families’ lawsuit against local officials, the developers of an adjacent building and others whom they hold responsible for the collapse of the 40-year-old, 12-story beachside building during the early hours of June 24.

For Ronit Felszer Naibryf, whose 21-year-old son Ilan Naibryf was killed in the collapse, it feels like she lost a limb with his death, so it is impossible to fathom the settlement.

“I am still processing that loss,” Naibryf said. “Everything else is a little bit of noise. That’s what it is. I feel that noise, but I don’t really hear anything. It’s watching people’s mouths, and I really have to look at their lips to understand what they are saying.”

Pablo Langesfeld, who lost his 26-year-old daughter, Nicole, said the settlement is “not for closure (but) it does help though.”

“The attorneys did an excellent job,” he said.

Most of the Champlain Towers South collapsed suddenly about 1:20 a.m. June 24 as most of its residents slept. Only three people survived the initial collapse. No other survivors were found despite the around-the-clock efforts of rescuers who dug through a 40-foot (12-meter) pile of rubble for two weeks. Another three dozen people were in the portion of the building that remained standing.

The condominium’s residents and visitors formed a melting pot: Orthodox Jews, Latin Americans, Israelis, Europeans and snowbirds from the Northeast.

Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, who visited the site daily during the search, said Thursday’s ceremony and the banners were to assure “we forever remember and honor the lives lost.”

Newly elected Surfside Mayor Shlomo Danzinger said the idea for the signs came to him when he was driving past the site with his teenage daughter, who had been in the area during the collapse and got stuck in a dust cloud. Danzinger said she confided that driving by the area always makes her sad.

“We wanted to make sure that people driving by or walking by will see those names and will remember what happened,” he said. A permanent memorial is planned.

The speed and size of the proposed $997 million settlement stunned even Circuit Court Judge Michael Hanzman, who is presiding over the lawsuit, when it was announced at a hearing Wednesday.

“It’s fantastic,” Hanzman said during the hearing. “This is a recovery that is far in excess of what I had anticipated.”

In comparison, the families of the 3,000 victims of 9/11 split $7 billion. The settlement still requires final approval and will grow after the building’s lot is sold at auction later this month. An opening bid of $120 million has already been filed.

Harley S. Tropin, who represents the Champlain Towers families, credited the judge for setting the conditions that led to the lawsuit’s speedy conclusion. Rather than let the suit take four or five years, as is typical in such cases, Hanzman made it clear this case would go to trial quickly if the sides couldn’t settle.

“That put enormous pressure on everyone — the plaintiffs and defendants,” Tropin said Thursday. “This tragedy was unique and I think the defendants along with everyone in the courtroom wanted to see if there was a reasonable way to provide some closure to the victims.”

Specifics of the settlement or how it will be distributed have not been released. Defendants include developers, builders and others involved in the Eighty Seven Park Condo, the luxury building erected five years ago just south of Champlain South; the company that provided alarms and safety systems for Champlain South, which allegedly failed to alert the residents; and the town of Surfside.

Residents of Champlain South and victims’ families have blamed vibrations caused by the construction of Eighty Seven Park Condo for weakening the structural wall that supported their building’s pool deck. The deck’s collapse on June 24 started the cascade of structural failures that ended with the building’s partial collapse seven minutes later.

The developers of Eighty Seven Park insist their building was constructed safely and played no part in the collapse. Their attorney, Michael Thomas, said in a statement that their participation in the settlement is not an admission of culpability.

“Our clients’ insurers made a business decision to contribute to the overall settlement of this litigation in order to resolve claims against them and avoid the time, expense, and inconvenience of litigation,” Thomas wrote. “The design, development, and construction of Eighty Seven Park in no way caused or contributed to the collapse of Champlain Towers South. Hopefully, ending this litigation will help bring some closure to the survivors of this tragic event.”

The National Institute of Standards and Technology is investigating the cause of the collapse, a process that is expected to take years. Shoddy construction techniques used in the early 1980s when Champlain Towers South was built and a possible lack of proper maintenance by its condo association over the years are two other areas being explored.

Langesfeld said he will not even begin to experience emotional closure for his daughter’s death until that investigation is complete.

Even then, closure might not happen, but it “is going to be closer when we know who’s at fault,” he said.


Spencer reported from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

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