REAL Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne and her soon-to-be ex-husband Tom Girardi are the subjects of a new Hulu documentary.
The special will reportedly dig into the fraud claims against the infamous couple.
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A promo for the ABC News Originals documentary, The Housewife and the Hustler, which will air on Hulu, looks into the former couple's legal scandals and Tom's embezzlement accusation.
According to ABC News, the documentary cites voicemail messages, court records and one of Tom's never-before-aired deposition tapes.
Experts featured in the documentary noted: "Tom Girardi was L.A. law — so powerful."
Another commentator added of Tom and Erika's spending: "They were just blowing money left and right, but then…"
Comedian Heather McDonald asks: "I think the biggest question is: Did she know?"
The documentary will begin streaming June 14.
An early promo for this RHOBH season saw Erika tell her co-stars of what he life was like during the pandemic: "Like all of us, I'm busy all of the time, and when I came home from New York, it was really silent.
"And then when I didn't have anything to do, I was walking the halls of the house, and I couldn't sleep. And I couldn't shake it, and I couldn't shake it. I was feeling this incredible dread. Who am I if I'm not working? Every day, I woke up, and I dreaded waking up."
Later in a confessional Erika revealed: "There's so much that these women don't know about my life and about my personal life because you know what? Everyone has problems — everyone. And the bigger your life is, the bigger your problems are."
Last month, Erika listed her $13m Los Angeles mansion she shared with lawyer husband Tom Girardi, who is "in huge debt to clients" amid their divorce.
The 49-year-old reality star announced her split from Tom, 81, back in November after more than 20 years of marriage.
Tom is being sued for allegedly embezzling millions from the families of plane crash victims.
A report filed by an independent trustee investigating the firm’s assets claimed Tom’s company is in major debt and still owes $26million to “anywhere from dozens to hundreds of clients.”
A portion of these unpaid settlement funds, about $2M, are meant for the clients involved in the Lion Air Flight 610 crash case.
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