After putting her sprawling Pasadena mansion on the market for $13 million amid her divorce from disgraced lawyer Tom Girardi, Erika Jayne is now currently renting a three bedroom home near Beverly Hills.
Worlds away from the lavish home she once lived in with her ex, the quaint rental is just 2,100 square feet and rents for $7,500 a month, according to The New York Post, citing Zillow.
The property is worth $2.2 million, a substantial difference from the $13 million she recently listed her Pasadena mansion at.
New digs: Erika Jayne is now living in this $7,500 a month rental after putting her lavish Pasadena mansion on the market
While certainly not as luxurious as her former property, the home still has charm with tile flooring in the kitchen, an island counter with stovetop, and overall plenty of space and natural lighting.
In contrast to the kitchen flooring, the bedrooms are equipped with classic hardwood floors and shutters allowing for plenty of sunshine.
Erika can access her pool through one of her bedrooms, where she can kick back on a tile deck overlooking the basin.
And she will be able to park her vehicle securely inside her one car garage.
Under scrutiny: Exactly how much Jayne knew of her husband’s alleged financial misdoings was a topic of conversation on the new Hulu documentary, The Housewife and the Hustler
Chic and spacious: The rental’s kitchen comes with tile flooring and an island counter with stovetop
In another major contrast from her former spacious compound, this modest home is just steps away from her neighbors.
It has been only one month since Erika listed the 10,277 square foot, four bedroom, six bathroom abode she shared with Tom for $13 million.
The lavish listing is a strong signal the divorcing couple are divvying up their joint assets, while Tom, 82, continues to face scrutiny over allegations he embezzled millions of dollars of settlement money earmarked for his clients, who are largely the victims of accidents, natural disasters, and crime.
Zzz: The rental comes with three bedrooms, a big difference from the six bedroom home she recently resided in
Fun in the sun: Erika can access her deck and pool from one of her bedrooms
Exactly how much Erika of Tom’s alleged financial crimes – if anything at all – was a topic of discussion in the new Hulu documentary The Housewife and the Hustler.
The documentary claims that one of Tom’s LLCs had Erika listed as a secretary. Money was also sent to her company EJ Global.
Sunny Hostin alleged many of Erika’s lavish items were claimed by her as ‘gifts to her.’ This meant the items became ‘separate property’ from Tom amid their legal separation.
Quaint: The 2,100 square foot rental also comes with three bathrooms
Start your engines: Erika can park her vehicle securely inside this one car garage
Erika, who has not been charged with any crimes, was however accused alongside her husband of embezzling money earmarked for families of the victims of the fatal 2018 Lion Air plane crash in a lawsuit.
Following the release of the documentary, Erika was dropped by her legal team from the firm Dinsmore & Shol LLP.
The legal firm said ‘the relationship of trust and confidence that is essential to a properly functioning attorney-client relationship has broken down and, in the good faith assessment of counsel, the relationship is irreparable,’ Page Six reported Tuesday, citing court docs it reviewed.
Erika has been happy to flaunt her wealth on TV, often showing off the luxe five-acre sprawl with a chapel, pool and lavish garden through her six seasons on the Bravo show.
During the good times, the pop star loved bragging about her expensive taste, once revealing she drops over $40k a month on her hair, makeup, and clothes during a stop by The Wendy Williams Show in 2018.
Lavish: Jayne listed the sprawling Pasadena mansion she shares with her ex for $13 million
Jaw-dropping: Unlike her current rental, her former home is a 10,277 square foot, four bedroom, six bathroom abode
Controversial: Girardi’s alleged financial misdoings and how much his estranged wife may have known were discussed in the new Hulu docuseries, The Housewife and the Hustler