Erika Jayne is addressing rumors linking her to both Armie Hammer, 37, and Scooter Braun, 42, and clapping back at Sutton Stracke, who shaded her alleged low ticket sales for her Las Vegas residency, Bet It All on Blonde, over the summer.
In addition to speaking of her feud with Denise Richards, 52, sharing her rose and thorn of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and addressing her latest lawsuits, Erika, 52, offered an update on the Fox Force Five, and teased new music.
“We have some more [music] coming. I need to get it out ASAP,” Erika shared on a recent episode of #NoFilter With Zack Peter.
Zack Peter then wanted to know if Armie or Scooter was “better in bed.”
“Neither. I wouldn’t know. Ask someone else. Neither is true,” Erika replied.
Although there has been tension between the Fox Force Five, which includes Erika, Kyle Richards, 54, Dorit Kemsley, 47, Teddi Mellencamp, 42, and Lisa Rinna, 60, since Erika shaded Dorit’s marriage to Paul “PK” Kemsley, 56, at BravoCon in late 2022, she confirmed they’re “friendly” today — and that she “[speaks] to Teddi.”
Looking back at season 13, Erika said the cast’s trip to Spain was “wild.”
“The ashes release, we went there to release ashes, they got blown back on us. It’s just like, ‘Oh my god.’ We were in this villa that literally is 700 years old. I’m not kidding you and it was an experience,” Erika recalled. “We were out in the countryside — nothing was around. It was a tough one… I ran away. Kyle and I ran but poor [Garcelle Beauvais] got the most I think.”
Moving on to the latest lawsuits filed against her, Erika said she did not team up with the Secret Service to destroy the business of a fashion designer she worked with years ago.
“He’s wrong and we just filed our motion. Even one of my worst critics said it’s going to go in my favor. That’s pretty bad. He really overreached. It’s not gonna be good,” Erika warned.
She then denied posing as a woman named Erika White and colluding with Bank of America and Merrill Lynch to gain $27 billion.
“I would not be here … if I was secretly sitting on $27 billion. I mean, what fantasy is this?” she wondered of the bizarre claims. “How can you sit on $27 billion secretly? I should be with Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk. I need a new set of friends. I’m not going to be on a reality show with $27 billion.”
Reflecting on her eight seasons with RHOBH, Erika shared her rose and thorn.
“Best is Bet it All on Blonde. Worst? [Kathy Hilton]’s dinner … [Diana Jenkins]’s Christmas party that I don’t remember. There are so many moments,” Erika confessed. “Aspen was terrible but that was set up that way. That was what it was.”
While Erika has butted heads with a number of her castmates over the years, season 13 sees her at odds with Denise, who calls her “evil” after a guest-starring return.
“I’ve been called worse by a lot better people,” Erika said in response.
Then, after Zack wondered if she regrets judging Denise for her OnlyFans account, which Erika mentioned amid their spat, Erika insisted wasn’t judging her.”
“I was fighting back. Denise picked a fight. She called me names. She called me a f*cking bot monster, she got in my face, and she said that I did these things to Garcelle’s son so this is what you don’t see,” Erika revealed. “She picked a massive fight and I was very gracious at the party. She was very inarticulate at the party, jacket upside down, she was slurring, I had no idea what this was all about so then I said, ‘Okay, I guess we’ll get it in next time I see you.’ You can hear me say, ‘I do not want to do this.’”
According to Erika, Denise came to their group dinner at Kyle’s “to pick a fight.”
“I would not engage with her. I apologized. I said, ‘I’m very sorry,’ Even Cynthia Bailey… she goes, ‘You were very gracious.’ And Dorit, as Denise was trying to let me have it at the table, she said, ‘That was very hard to watch.’ It’s not okay,” Erika continued of Denise’s antics. “She came there with an agenda and I apologized and then the next time I didn’t. So it’s not really judging her. It’s just, ‘Oh you want to give it to me? Well let me give it back to you and I’m gonna hit you where it’s soft.’ I didn’t start with Denise and I certainly am not judging Denise for being on OnlyFans. But f*ck you. If you want to fight, we’ll go there.”
As for her allegedly low ticket sales for Bet It All on Blonde, which were supposedly going for just $7, Erika admitted she was disappointed in Sutton (without calling her out by name), who mentioned the report in an interview.
“It’s not true. You can go on TicketMaster and you can see the actual price of the tickets,” Erika stated. “[But] what hurt the most was that a castmate decided to shade it when I had invited her in good faith and said, ‘I’d like to have you come,’ and that was, I felt like, was unnecessary and it’s hurtful. It wasn’t warranted.”