Posted on: August 30, 2023, 12:06h.
Final up to date on: August 30, 2023, 12:06h.
Actuality TV star Erika Jayne — whose first Las Vegas residency, “Wager It All on Blonde,” opened Friday, Aug. 25 on the Home of Blues at Mandalay Bay — has been smacked with an $18.2 million lawsuit from her costume designer.
Within the lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, Chris Psaila alleges that the “Actual Housewives of Beverly Hills” star broken his popularity by claiming that his costume firm fraudulently charged her over $800,000 for outfits in 2015 and 2016.
In line with stories, Jayne’s residency is a provocative 75 minutes of her unique music –interspersed with Madonna and disco covers — accompanied by sexually charged dancing in bondage costumes.
In line with the lawsuit, Jayne — who was born Erika Chahoy 52 years in the past — and her estranged husband, Tom Girardi, gave Psaila and his Hollywood clothes retailer, Marco Marco, standing permission to cost Girardi’s American Categorical card for any costumes that he created and offered for her. (Jayne was a certified person on the cardboard.)
The lawsuit claims that Jayne acquired every little thing she paid Psaila for. Extra controversially, it additionally alleges that Jayne corrupted two Secret Service brokers into prosecuting Psaila, and that Amex was complicit within the injustice by refunding $787K to Jayne and Girardi with out giving Psaila the prospect to dispute her claims — and by informing the Secret Service that Jayne was a fraud sufferer.
Jayne, Amex, and one of many former Secret Service brokers, Robert Savage, are named within the go well with.
“It appears calculated that plaintiff timed