According to reports, the class-action firm Edelson PC has filed a motion asking the court to order Erika to comply with the request. The firm, who is suing Erika and Thomas for alleged embezzlement, believe the reality star’s clothes might be bought by her estranged husband.
Earlier this week, Erika put a ton of her previously worn outfits on an app where she was selling the items at a small discount.
The little attempt at getting some quick money was quickly noticed by the firm suing Erika. Days after she posted the items, the firm was in court telling the judge about the situation.
They believe Erika’s assets should be frozen along with her husband’s assets. At a previous hearing. Thomas was found in civil contempt of court for failing to explain where $2 million owed to his clients went. The judge also referred the case for a possible criminal investigation.
On the app, Erika was selling a Gucci cashmere jacket for $900, a Baleniago wool jumper for $450, a lightly worn $4,000 Zuhair Murad silk jumpsuit along with a pair of green Gucci trousers for $600.
The “RHOBH” star even listed a Non-Signe/Unsigned maxi dress that she wore in the
opening sequence promo for the reality show. She believed the dress could fetch around $1,600.
Erika had nearly 40 different pieces to bid on. The lot includes clothes from Moschino, Versace, Alexander McQueen, Chanel, Rick Owens, Balmain, Stella McCartney, and Dolce & Gabbana.
Earlier this year, Erika filed for divorce from Thomas after 21 years of marriage. She is currently asking the court to award her support. The “RHOBH” star claims she is unaware of their full extent of assets and debts.
Thomas is fighting Erika on the support and wants the court to deny her request. Sources say she moved out of the $15 million Pasadena mansion they lived in and into her own $1 million West Hollywood condo.
The divorce is still pending.
As The Blast previously reported, last month, Edelson PC sued Erika and Thomas accusing them of embezzling money meant for the families of plane crash victims. The plaintiffs believe the money was used to fund their lavish lifestyle.
The suit read, “Tom has resorted to embezzling the proceeds of settlements that should have been directed to his clients—including, as the basis for this Complaint, the widows and orphans who lost loved ones in the tragic crash of Lion Air Flight 610—in order to continue funding his and Erika’s lavish Beverly Hills lifestyles.”