Erika Jayne’s ‘RHOBH’ salary may be ‘much’ higher if she returns: report


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The singer reportedly played Season 11. earned over $600,000 for

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Erica Jayne may be kneading a lot of dough next year.

The 50-year-old star has been a major focus of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” Season 11 as her tumultuous and scandal-ridden divorce from former high-powered Tom Girardi unfolded.


This was recently reported by new York Times that singer “Chance” made over $600,000 per season of the hit Bravo reality show, but a source told us weekly If she comes back for season 12 her payday will increase.

Jen’s salary insider said, “It’s going to be more in the next season, adding that she was “the only focus this season.”

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Jane’s legal and financial woes were frequently addressed during Season 11, and given that they don’t seem to be slowing down, they may spill over into Season 12 as well. In addition, clips from the upcoming reunion revealed that Jen would discuss her recent problems.

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The source said that after “annoying and following the producers’ orders”, there is “no question” that Jen will be “seeking a higher salary” for Season 12, should she stay on board.

“The ratings were off the charts because of her story and what she uncovered,” the source said, citing various lawsuits and legal troubles.

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He said: “Who is she dealing with [regarding] Tom [Girardi] And the court is not over yet so you can only imagine what the next season will bring.”

Erica Jayne is facing multiple lawsuits and is in the midst of divorcing her husband, Tom Girardi.

Jayne may need a higher payday in the future to clear her potential invoices, as she is currently facing a $25 million lawsuit amid Girardi’s bankruptcy lawsuit.

The Times reports that Girardi’s former law firm, Girardi Keys, covered expenses for the singer, including a $1.5 million payment to a talent agency, $260,000 in legal fees, and $252,000 to a celebrity makeup artist and image consultant. Are included.


Whether the star will return to the show is still up in the air, as the program’s home network Bravo was recently summoned for footage of Jane. She joined the show in 2015.

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