‘RHOBH’s Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi’s marital mansion gets huge price cut

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Fallen power couple Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi have been forced to slash the price of their marital home once again after three months on the market without any offers.  

Initially listed for $13 million on May 5, the four-bedroom and nine-bathroom mansion received its first price cut one month later to $11.5 million. On Friday, the price reduced by another $1.5 million, and is now listed at $9.98 million. 

The home today is valued at $11 million, which means, any potential buyer would be scoring a bargain. 

Disgraced legal eagle Girardi, 82, initially purchased the home for $1.3 million back in 1980 — two decades before he married the Twitter-beefing “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star.

The property is in high contention by the Los Angeles federal court, since Girarldi has been ordered to move out in 20 days, once the mansion goes under contract, according to the bankruptcy deal cited in court documents. 

Girardi is facing allegations he embezzled millions of dollars of settlement money earmarked for his clients, who are largely the victims of accidents, natural disasters, and crime. Meanwhile, Jayne, 50, is embroiled in her own her legal drama and amid their impending divorce.

Tom and Erika Girardi's in their home on an episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in 2019.
Tom and Erika Girardi in their home on an episode of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” in 2019.
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The former attorney has been diagnosed with late-onset Alzheimer’s and dementia and allegedly misappropriated $2 million intended for Lion Air Flight 610 crash victims — amid other lawsuits — forcing him to file for bankruptcy.

The deal requires the mansion to be kept “clean and tidy,” that utilities are paid and that he not interact with potential buyers.

Once the 10,000-square-foot mansion goes under contract, he’ll have 20 days to move out, according to the bankruptcy deal.
Once the 10,000-square-foot mansion goes under contract, Girardi will have 20 days to move out, according to the bankruptcy deal.
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A gurgling fountain flows down a lengthy eight-tiered walkway with an outlet at the pool with water features.
A gurgling fountain flows down a lengthy eight-tiered walkway with an outlet at the pool with water features.
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The walnut-paneled foyer screams dark, heavy, old-style luxury.
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The living room has two fireplaces at each end for "intimate" gatherings, according to the listing.
The living room has two fireplaces at each end for “intimate” gatherings, according to the listing.
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This is the same room staged as an office. The 1928-built house has coffered ceilings, gold-colored wall sconces, four fireplaces, wainscotting and crown molding throughout.
This is the same room staged as an office. The 1928-built house has coffered ceilings, gold-colored wall sconces, four fireplaces, wainscotting and crown molding throughout.
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In addition to bar seating, the kitchen has a large breakfast nook. The house also has a formal dining room.
In addition to bar seating, the kitchen has a large breakfast nook. The house also has a formal dining room.
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The primary bedroom suite has a cascading chandelier and dual dressing areas.
The primary bedroom suite has a cascading chandelier and dual dressing areas.
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Girardi's dressing area has dark wood panels and marble detailing.
Girardi’s dressing area has dark wood panels and marble detailing.
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According to the listing, the tan stucco Mediterranean-style mansion features a chapel with Catholic statues, an ornate cathedral-style ceiling, stained glass windows, viscose, lantern lighting and silk ivory floral wallpaper. 

Spanning 10,277 square feet, a walking path encircles the entire property connecting the rose garden, grass lawns, wisteria covered pergolas and multiple patios and seating areas.

Meanwhile, reality TV diva Jayne — infamous for her dance anthem “It’s XXpen$ive to be Me” — has already moved out into a more modest abode that she is currently renting at an estimated $7,500 per month. 

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