“Girardi’s La Quinta rental is lastly up on the market,” Ronald Richards, the legal professional for the trustee overseeing the chapter case involving Tom’s regulation agency, tweeted on Tuesday, September 14. “The sale will end result at a minimal of $730,000 to the property with $584k going to the Ruigomez creditors. $335k goes to Girardi’s trustee’s legal professional’s invoice. The gross sales value is $1,250,000.”
The three,708-square-foot rental, in-built 2005, has three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bogs. The property has a essential home, a visitor home, an in-ground pool and a three-car hooked up storage. It’s located on the fifth gap of a golf course and is being offered “as is,” in keeping with the itemizing.
Erika, 50, claimed throughout an August episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills that she had by no means been to the house and didn’t even know the place it was positioned.
The estranged couple listed their Pasadena, California, mansion in May for $13 million. The home had 4 bedrooms, 9 bogs, 5 fireplaces, a library, a pool, a walk-in vainness room with balcony entry and a small chapel. In July, information broke that they reduced the price to $9.9 million. Us Weekly confirmed in January that Erika moved into a $2.4 million home in Los Angeles.
The fact star filed for divorce from Tom, 82, in November 2020 after 21 years of marriage. The next month, the pair have been accused of embezzling $2 million in settlement funds meant for the households of Lion Air Flight 610 victims. The previous lawyer allegedly mishandled a few of his different purchasers’ cash too.
The trustee overseeing the bankruptcy case of Tom’s law firm, Girardi Keese, sued Erika for $25 million in August. She allegedly knew the corporate was paying for her bills for at the least 12 years, in keeping with courtroom paperwork obtained by Us on the time. The trustee requested that the courtroom order her to repay the money she allegedly spent plus curiosity.
Richards instructed Us on September 8 that he made a limited time offer for her to “voluntarily” repay the $25 million. If she didn’t comply, the lawsuit would proceed.
Erika’s lawyer, in the meantime, mentioned in an August assertion that the case “is one other instance of the trustee and her counsel leaping to conclusions with no full investigation and bullying and blaming Erika for actions taken by Girardi Keese for which Erika doesn’t have authorized legal responsibility.”
Scroll via the gallery beneath to see images of Erika and Tom’s La Quinta rental: