Jon Hamm calls out Erika Jayne about earrings drama

Unexpected “Housewives” fan Jon Hamm called out Erika Jayne over her reluctance to return the $750,000 diamond earrings her estranged husband Tom Girardi donated to her with supposedly stolen settlement money.

“You just want to shake her up and say, ‘Honey, they were never yours,'” the 51-year-old “Mad Men” alum said on Sirius XM’s “The Howard Stern Show” on Monday. “Give them back.”

He then questioned whether the earrings are worth $750,000 or $1.3 million, but reaffirmed, “Give them back.”

The luxury items were originally valued at $750.00 when purchased in 2007. However, their value has increased since then.

In January, the bankruptcy trustee filed a claim for the return of the diamond earrings in Girardi’s bankruptcy case. They claimed the jewelry was purchased with money held in a customer account at Girardi’s old law firm, Girardi & Keese.

The order sparked a debate over whether Jayne, 51, should return the earrings immediately, but the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star said in court documents earlier that she wanted to wait for the results of the investigation to return them. to give.

“First, Erika is completely innocent,” her lawyer Evan Borges claimed in the file that was obtained exclusively by Vidak For Congress at the time.

“Even the trustee does not claim that Erika knew the source of the money her wealthy husband used 15 years ago to buy her a gift of earrings (which replaced an earlier set of earrings bought years before).”

Erika Jayne with co-star Dorit Kemsley on "RHOBH."
Jayne has been seen wearing the diamond earrings on “RHOBH.”
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In June, however, a Los Angeles judge ruled that Jayne had to return the earrings because they had been bought with embezzled money.

A month later, the “Xxpen$ive” singer filed an appeal to keep the luxury goods.

Aside from Jayne’s legal drama, Hamm said he’s also an avid viewer of “Real Housewives of New York” and “Real Housewives of New Jersey” — the latter being the first franchise that caught his eye.

Jon Hamm on a red carpet.
Hamm said the first franchise he became a fan of was “RHONJ”.
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“I’m fascinated by it, I really am,” he admitted to Stern, 68. “I’ve resisted it for decades. I thought it was the low-hanging fruit.”

A representative of Jayne did not immediately respond to Vidak For Congress’s request for comment on Hamm’s comments.

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