Bethenny Frankel is as quickly as further being accused of “not supporting other women.”

Erika Jayne’s attorney, Evan Borges, completely instructed Page Six on Friday that Frankel, 50, mentioning claims about Tom Girardi’s alleged old debts is one completely different event of individuals attempting to pile on his shopper.

“Erika has no knowledge of the alleged loans or the conversations referred to by Ms. Frankel, which even per Ms. Frankel, didn’t involve Erika,” the trial lawyer instructed us.

“To me, this is another example of people trying to throw dirt on Erika based on alleged conversations (this time, with an individual, Dennis [Shields], who I understand is deceased) where even the perpetrator of the gossip says Erika wasn’t involved.”


Erika Jayne's attorney accused Bethenny Frankel of attempting to 'throw dirt' on the reality TV star by mentioning Tom Girardi's previous debt. The lawyer emphasized that Erika Jayne did not have any knowledge of Girardi's debt.

Erika Jayne’s attorney accused Bethenny Frankel of making an attempt to ‘throw filth’ on the fact TV star by mentioning Tom Girardi’s earlier debt. The lawyer emphasised that Erika Jayne didn’t have any data of Girardi’s debt.
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However, a present talked about of Frankel, “If you listen to ‘Just B with Bethenny,’ she compliments Erika. This is about Tom and the deception he perpetuated throughout the legal industry, which was widely known for years.”

Frankel dropped a bombshell on her “Just B With Bethenny Frankel” podcast this week, revealing that Girardi, 82, allegedly owed Shields, who died in 2018, $500,000. She talked concerning the disgraced attorney’s monetary mismanagement was the “worst-kept secret” in Los Angeles attorneys’ circles.

The former star of “The Real Housewives of New York City” then claimed she and Shields as shortly as chatted in a personal dialog about Girardi’s overspending, and her ex talked about Girardi allegedly blamed his then-wife, Jayne, on account of he couldn’t “say no” to her.

“He’s using people’s money to support her lifestyle,” Frankel talked about Shields instructed her. “He’s using the company’s money to support her lifestyle.”

The Skinnygirl CEO clarified on Twitter on Thursday that her dialog was meant to be “on the pitfalls of showing wealth, the terms of being canceled & how truth takes time to surface.”

“I have a good rapport w @erikajayne & respect her work ethic,” Frankel added. “The pod wasn’t about her as I don’t speak on what I don’t know @justbpodcast.”

Jayne didn’t instantly reply to Frankel’s remarks on social media.

A rep for Frankel didn’t instantly return Page Six’s request for remark.