Lisa Rinna reacted to a fan calling out the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast for bullying Erika Jayne amid her legal drama in the comments section of one of her longtime friend’s latest Instagram posts.
After Erika shared a screenshot of a recent article from the Los Angeles Times, in which the CFO of the now-defunct law firm of her estranged husband, Thomas Girardi, was accused of embezzling $10 million and spoiling an escort with lavish gifts, Lisa responded to a person who slammed the RHOBH cast for their poor treatment of Erika.
“Erika, you seriously got bullied so badly over all this. There is due-process for all things legal, and the ladies shoulda been smart enough to realize that, and quit running their mouths, and found some other way to keep their storylines going! I’m [Team Erika],” the person had written.
“Some are smart enough. She asked us to wait. Let the legal system handle it,” Lisa replied.
On November 10, following the arrest of Thomas’ CFO, Christopher Kamon, Erika shared the L.A. Times article and included a caption that read, “This sh-t gets crazier and crazier. Wow.”
And after sharing the post, Lisa was among the first to react.
“Well well well,” Lisa stated, which prompted a “love you” response from Erika.
Around the same time, Mob Wives alum Renee Graziano also weighed in, saying, “As long as you are free!!!”
And in another post, Erika reacted to Renee with a red heart emoji.
While production on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 13 isn’t expected to begin until next year, rumors continue to swirl in regard to whether or not Lisa and Erika will be included in the new episodes, especially after fan favorite Kathy Hilton said she would not return if they were brought back.
“I had said that I would only be willing to come back if the cast, if it was completely the same, absolutely not, because I feel there are two bullies that intimidate a lot of the other girls,” Kathy told TMZ in October, referring to Lisa and Erika. “A couple speak up, but most of them, they’re not being their authentic self when they’re pushed up to the wall, and they’re afraid of what those two bullies… because they’re capable of anything.”