Erika Jayne hits back at Jon Hamm after he called on her to return $750K earrings

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Erika Jayne has finally broken her silence regarding the ongoing $750K earrings dispute with Jon Hamm, demanding their return. While appearing on the ‘No Filter with Zack Peter’ podcast, Jayne dismissed the claims that the expensive jewelry was bought by her estranged husband, Tom Giradi, with stolen settlement funds. 

Jayne says ‘f–k you’ to Hamm

“I have my appeal. And that’s, you know — like, Jon Hamm, you know. ‘They never were yours.’ F–k you,” the ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ star said on a Monday episode of the podcast. “I won on appeal.”

Last July, a judge ruled in Jayne’s favor, stating that the trustee could not establish that the funds in question had been misappropriated for the purchase of the high-value earrings, which were bought in 2007.

The singer, 52, then called out Hamm, 52, for his comments from last September. “You don’t know what you’re talking about. You know, ‘Those were never yours.’ Really?” she said. “Appellate judge said they were — or at least said you can’t prove that they weren’t. So that made me happy.”

Hamm asked Jayne to return the earrings

The ‘Man Men’ star made comments about Jayne’s jewelry last September during an appearance on SiriusXM’s ‘The Howard Stern Show’. He said, “You just want to shake her and go, ‘Honey, they were never yours,’” adding, “Give them back.”

Last year, Jayne argued in court that she would not be giving up the earrings until an investigation into Girardi’s finances was complete.

Jayne won on appeal

According to Page Six, the trustee in Girardi’s bankruptcy case claims that the attorney used the client’s trust account money to buy the earrings, concealing it in the ledger. Jayne’s attorney called the allegations “inadmissible hearsay” and stressed her innocence.

“Erika is completely innocent,” her lawyer said, adding that she had no knowledge of the source of the funds. Despite an initial ruling, Jayne filed an appeal and won, but she couldn’t retrieve the earrings immediately. “The trustee needs to resubmit a more robust financial showing supporting the claim that the asset belongs to the estate,” a source explained.