RHOBH's Erika Jayne sports Adidas tracksuit instead of luxe gown as she shops at CVS amid fraud claims

RHOBH's Erika Jayne sports Adidas tracksuit instead of luxe gown as she shops at CVS amid fraud claims

REAL Housewives of Beverly Hills star Erika Jayne ditched her designer gowns and opted for a casual look as she hit up CVS.

Erika, 50, donned a more somber appearance in an Adidas tracksuit after being slammed with a $25million lawsuit late last month.

The TV personality's new look was a far cry from her previous full-glam hair, makeup, and designer outfits.

The blonde has ditched her lavish lifestyle for a more subdued and casual way of living.

She was spotted this week at a Beverly Hills CVS picking up prescription drugs and some other essentials.

Erika walked around the store with a basket while wearing a black face mask to match her Adidas ensemble.

She wore her long blonde hair down in styled waves as she looked at the makeup aisle with another woman.

They later walked out of the CVS each carrying a full, large paper shopping bag each.

Erika's more casual look comes after The Sun revealed she was "grilled" about her divorce and other scandals during the RHOBH's recent reunion taping.

According to the insider, reunion host Andy Cohen was told by network bosses to ask the "difficult" questions fans have been demanding answers to all season long.

The insider said: "Andy didn't go easy on Erika during the taping.

"The network expects this to be one of the highest rated reunions so they encouraged Andy to 'go there' with the questions without exposing the show or Erika to any more legal issues.

"There is a lot to cover this year so Erika's story took center stage before the other storylines were addressed.

"The plan was to shoot the most difficult questions first so they had the footage even if Erika decided to leave.

"There were several clashes and Erika left the reunion unhappy because she felt attacked by the line of questioning."

According to an insider, the highly-anticipated reunion was filmed on September 9 and 10 in Los Angeles. 

"She's preparing for battle and she knows she will be hit with tough questions,” the informant previously said.

"So she is putting a lot of time into her preparation and working closely with her attorneys to plan how to respond to certain questions. 

"They have briefed her and instructed her what to not say or how to phrase certain things. 

"Her legal team isn't thrilled with some of the footage they've seen from this season and want to make sure Erika doesn't make anymore on-camera mistakes.

The informant pointed out that, as the case remains ongoing, anything she says on television could "potentially be used against her in court."

The reunion will air later this season on Bravo.

Erika's new persona followed the news late last month that she was slammed with a $25million lawsuit as a part of her estranged husband Tom Girardi’s bankruptcy case.

The singer was sued for allegedly knowing that her ex's law firm was paying for her expenses for the past 12 years.

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According to legal documents obtained by Page Six, the trustee in the bankruptcy case wants Erika to pay the firm back.

The housewife was accused of using her company EJ Global, to spend over $25million from the firm.

The trustee claimed that the actress used the firm's money to pay for her American Express bill, glam team and other expenses.

Just weeks before the fraud and embezzlement scandal came to light late last year, Tom and Erika filed for divorce.

Her ex-husband Tom Girardi is accused of allegedly committing fraudCredit: Getty
Erika was reportedly grilled about her legal woes during the recent RHOBH reunion tapingCredit: Getty Images – Getty
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