Erika Jayne and Thomas GirardiThe $ 16 million home in Pasadena, California was reportedly broken into last month.
Amid the ongoing bankruptcy proceedings against the once famous Erin Brockovich Lawyer, the police came to the 10,000 square meter house of the ex-couple where the Real housewives from Beverly Hills The performer lived before the divorce last November after receiving a call that night.
On February 4, Law360 announced that police had been called to the four bedroom, six bathroom house shortly after 11 p.m. on January 22, where evidence of forced entry was found in the form of a broken window.
While it’s unclear what was stolen from the house and who was in attendance at the time, Erika probably wasn’t in the residence when that RHOBH star moved into a $ 1.5 million rental home in Los Angeles weeks ago after making the heartbreaking decision to end their decades-long marriage.
The news of the reported break-in at Erika and Thomas comes just a few days after Thomas’ brother. Robert Giradiwas named as the temporary curator of his estate after suspecting that Thomas suffered from short-term memory loss and was unable to fend for himself.
Thomas is currently facing a possible eviction after being forced into Chapter 7 bankruptcy by his many creditors, most of whom are not buying Robert’s mental health claims. A trustee is about to liquidate his property.
While Erika and Thomas’ house may have been attacked by a robber or robber lawyer Ronald Richards sparked rumors of a possibly staged crime on Twitter after the incident was reported.
“Another scam [in my opinion]hard to believe but it keeps coming back, ”he wrote in a tweet shared on Thursday. “The best way to remove personal property from a dormitory is by breaking and entering. I can’t wait to see the property report. How would the memory be affected [Thomas Girardi] Do you know about a break-in? “
Girardis Pasadena Mansion broken into, police say https://t.co/Fuiq0CrQp6 Another scam IMO hard to believe but it just keeps moving. The best way to remove personal belongings from a dorm is by breaking and entering. I can’t wait to see the property report. How would memory pic.twitter.com/y6lmdIqBE3
– Ronald Richards (@RonaldRichards) February 4, 2021
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