Biggest scandals in 'Real Housewives' history
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Grab some popcorn, sit back and enjoy reliving the most outrageous scandals on Bravo's "Real Housewives" franchises! The fierce and fabulous wives featured on the reality TV series -- which are shot in multiple cities across America -- have been seriously stirring the pot for more than a decade. With enough cringe-worthy controversy for a full-length film, is rounding up the biggest, baddest scandals in "Housewives" history, starting with the latest -- the saga of the self-proclaimed pretty mess herself, Erika Jayne. Erika (aka Erika Girardi) made a name for herself on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" thanks to her extravagant lifestyle (full-time glam team, anyone?), but in 2020, Bravo fans were shocked to learn that immense wealth might have been a facade. In November 2020 it was announced she was divorcing lawyer husband Tom Girardi after 21 years of marriage, and a month after that, they were hit with a lawsuit accusing them of embezzling settlement funds from plane crash victims related to one of Tom's cases. In the wake of this big news, more and more about their finances came to light -- including Erika's demand for spousal support, Tom's filing asking the court to block her request for support, and the revelation that Tom told the court he only had "a couple thousand" dollars in his personal bank account. On top of the shocking financial news, Erika also accused Tom of infidelity, posting screenshots on Instagram of text messages implying he had an affair with Judge Tricia A. Bigelow. Keep reading for more "Housewives" stars behaving badly...
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