After Bravo producers were subpoenaed to hand over unaired footage to the opposition, they reportedly handed over a lot of evidence.
"Client money is pretty sacred, so if you end up with client money and are spending it, the argument, 'Oh, I didn't know it was client money,' that's an argument, but it's not the best argument. But we think we're going to be able to demonstrate that she knew a lot more than she's claiming," lawyer Jay Edelson said on the "Reality Life With Kate Casey" podcast. "And honestly, this season of Real Housewives, as painful as it has been to watch — just because I'm watching through the eyes of the victims — it's given us a lot of evidence."
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Erika Jayne has been denying any involvement in her husband's shady business dealings. Attorneys do not feel that her lifestyle has changed much, despite her claims that she now has "zero dollars."